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Had to share.

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This is 500 iq thinking. Not even being sarcastic.

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It would actually be a huge career move because the work experience is cumulative too

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Wait till this kid learns about utilization targets

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I know someone who managed to stay on the bench for 9 mos at Accenture. When the HR meeting popped up on his calendar, he resigned.

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Sigma mindset

likefunny

Keep rejecting projects

likefunny

Could work - except when you interview or start actually working you have no experience or skills.

Would be easier to just work a bit then exit to Google and coast.

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We’re in the presence of genius

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Same developper who's doing 7 different remote fulltime jobs at the same time?

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@A1: he's on every team

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Unethical and basically stealing. If you get caught you could be in trouble.

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Gotta do what you gotta do right?

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