WEBFI-TECH-Why You Should Not Learn to Code (as an ex-Google programmer)

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  • TechLead on April 15, 2021

    Join ex-Google/ex-Facebook engineers for my coding interview training:

  • primavera919 on December 20, 2021

    Don't know why I like this guy, he speaks the truth in his own unique way and he definitely hits home

  • Jacqueline Talbot on December 20, 2021

    Yup. This is why I didn't choose to study Comp Sci. I have never coded before so I don't even know if I like it or not.

  • Yun on December 20, 2021

    草 西方人可真乐观

  • Thenobelfan on December 20, 2021

    Bill gates , Jeff Bezos , Elon musk or myself … he clearly doesn’t like to exaggerate!

  • MJ on December 20, 2021

    Excellent explanation. 💯

  • City of Gold and Lead on December 20, 2021


  • City of Gold and Lead on December 20, 2021

    This guy is the king of a sad little castle.

  • sochibi guite on December 21, 2021

    I concur.. he's pretty smart.

  • ankur singh on December 21, 2021

    Thank you very much, you really solved my confusion to go for coding with new programming language as I am 35 year old now a 11 years experience in software industry. Just thought to increase my language stack, but your chat suggests to focus on other things which may help to get success. Bitter word but precise for software world. Loved your opinion and knowledge sharing.

  • Jesse O. on December 21, 2021

    "Your passion for coding may actually be a passion for success"

    "Is the painter passionate about his brush and the colours or about the inspiration that it leaves on his audience?"

    Something to think about

  • Kevin_AF_Brown on December 21, 2021

    LOL> This guy…"you think im like you?!! huh!! Im better than you! Im like way up there".

  • Ali Alvi on December 21, 2021

    This man has a passion for being "surrounded by beautiful women"

  • Honest News Network on December 22, 2021

    What does pretty up there mean?

  • anahata2009 on December 22, 2021

    600k is not a typical Facebook engineer salary. This sounds like a lot of b.s.

  • Fubo Libs on December 22, 2021

    Communists is right.

  • Kyoto Ben on December 22, 2021

    How long until AI takes over programing or is that impossible?

  • Eric Anderson on December 22, 2021

    This video overlooks the potential value of coding as a developer of intellectual skill, even if the big opportunity lies outside of coding.

  • PAUL MCLEAN on December 22, 2021

    …lol…man this was great!…i have a genuine interest in how coding works but with a wave of so many younger, hungrier and brighter prospects than myself it is always best to snap out of the delusion and make the turn before smashing headlong into the wall…thank you for your positive illumination, very much appreciated!

  • Oriola Odutoye on December 23, 2021


  • Or Glassman on December 23, 2021

    i lol'd

  • Tom Brooks on December 24, 2021

    The real danger of programming and software development is that, once you are in, it is even harder to get out. There are very very few skill sets and career paths that pay well enough to transition out of programming once you have been in it for a decade or two. That's the real danger. It is the trap of all traps. At least in other jobs, marketing, business, law, medical, education, they provide enough business and social skills over the years to allow you to easily cross-train and transfer to other careers and industries. Be very careful with software development. The infamous double-edged sword.

  • Tom Brooks on December 24, 2021

    You might want to pretend you never heard that bit about him making $600k. None us actually dream this tyoe of salary. Most CEOs that work consulting companies don't even make that. This guy is one of the most elite job programmers in the world. NO ONE is making that much money programming. For the 99.99999% of the rest of us, you better get use to making that rspectable but capped salary as senior programmer of about $150k – $175k. Time to get realistic and grounded here.

  • Housam Dandouch on December 24, 2021

    Wow this really scared me🤧 Idek where to go now

  • Vestra 444 on December 24, 2021

    Its good to now people fell for this bait less competition thanks

  • andaftab on December 24, 2021

    Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos and him

  • Kicn N on December 25, 2021

    This is your first video of yours i liked and i gave it a like 🙂
    I like that you speak blunt / direct and to the point which is good !
    What I did not like in many sentences was you sound arrogant and overconfident in what you say, you may be successful but according to me its best to be grounded as it does not other party turn off or cause anger.
    Nothing personal please.
    Good Day

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