Meh. I'm not saying you're wrong; I just thought that everyone knew that 99.2% of corporate coding is about as exciting as watching paint dry.

The ten thousandth time you code up a full stack system, from soup (metal) to nuts (website), it starts getting a little... tedious. And watching some middle manager or "C-sweet" talking about how this will "revolutionize the paradigm of innovation!" or something similarly stupid, it's hard to stifle a career-limiting yawn.

Look, I code for fun. I'm that much of a nerd. But corporate code is a doldrum to be suffered through. It's never *fun*.

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