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In 2022, Programmers Are Still Getting Paid for Office Time

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When I began my career as a programmer 2 decades ago, our team was often split on the issue of developer office time.

Many of us newbie coders spent 12+ hours in the office on a regular basis.

Most of us did it because:

More time spent in the office meant better chances at pay raise…

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