Programming Doesn’t Require Talent or Even Passion

I think that, in general, you’re ignoring the possibility that some ordinary — possibly mediocre — programmers have had the right idea at the right time and because of those factors alone they succeeded beyond most programmers’ wildest dreams. It doesn’t mean that they’re necessarily smart or capable or deserving. If they’re telling us they really are that dumb or commonplace, then maybe we should believe them.

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