Once upon a time I would have killed to work at a FAANG company.
Not I don't want to, for a myriad of reasons, but that desire to "work somewhere that's considered 'an company'" still remains. And I'm glad I can identify that.
What's the point of programming (as a career) if I can't help people?
"What do you want to do for a living" as a question pales in comparison to "*why* do you want to do for a living"
(that was much more poetic in my head)
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