But we think it's awesome. There are a ton of companies that allow their programmers to work from home, and we say steer into that comfy little skid. Spend the day in your pajamas and type code with Dorito-caked fingers as you watch Gordon Ramsey throw pots at people. We honestly couldn't think of a better work situation if we tried.
Learning Code Will Make You Irresistible To Potential Sex Partners
Okay, hear us out on this one. No, we don't have statistical data to substantiate the claim of this section header. And no, solely learning to code in and of itself won't directly lead to all-you-can-sex buffets (which are like all-you-can-eat buffets, but with booty).
However, coding will make you smarter (it's like learning another language), it will lead to you making more money (coders can make a starting salary of 60-100k), and it will expand your creative capacities (by forcing you to solve complex problems). We have it on good authority that potential sex partners are into all of those things.
Learning Is Easy (And Cheap)
Almost every high-paying, prestigious job tends to require tremendous sacrifice. To be a doctor or a lawyer, for example, requires years of schooling, expensive degrees, and visiting the Salary Wizard, who only appears to you when you've been good. And to be a politician, you have to make a blood pact with Chris Christie. Our point is that getting a cool job isn't usually easy. Learning to code, however, absolutely does not require four years of university courses, epic student loans, or stepping foot in New Jersey.