I have been developing stuff with code such as pench for example and my Friend says stop being a geek.
Most Helpful Girl
Who cares? Software developers make tons of money0
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Software engineering is probably one of the nerdiest professions you can pick since it immediately conjures up an image of someone out of shape in front of a computer screen writing code all day long with maybe soda cans sprawled around their desk, all while keeping their social interaction to an absolute minimum.
It helps if you do that and want to still be popular socially to avoid broadcasting that too loudly (ex: avoid talking about coding at a party), get physically fit, and have some outgoing activities to balance it out. For example, you might participate in some sports in your school, try to become a star athlete.
It'll also tend to make you better as a developer to be in good physical shape since it's such a mental job where you're balancing data structures and algorithms and design, possibly tackling some difficult mathematical problems and papers here and there, etc. If you're out of shape, you'll have a greater tendency to get mentally exhausted.
And it likewise helps to develop the social skills since a lot of professional paths require tremendous teamwork to avoid coders always clashing with each other and stepping on each other's toes. It's quite different from being an independent developer, and social skills really do pay off here if you want to start leading projects.0
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