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comment Why are part-time jobs in programming an anomaly?
@Mikle I think you're going to have to prioritize what you want. Co-workers are not really there to teach you, though that happens quite frequently. If you're still learning your craft, you might want to dive in and work full time. There will be time for side projects, just less of it.
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@Stewart If the current edits to your question don't match what you meant to say, please feel free to edit it again. One problem of this format is that it is sometimes a bit of a guessing game.
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