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Bell Curve


Your idea of a java script is a screenplay about espresso. You realize you're not really cut out for this and you jump ship.


You're a programmer at a university. You make as much as some of the teachers. That's not really a selling point.


You work for a real estate company writing code for their website. If people are ever able to start buying homes through Paypal, your job may be in jeopardy.


You are a programmer for a computer gaming company writing code for their family of games. We've come a long way from this.


You wrote the script for the most commonly-used program in the country. And you didn't even know that many people were interested in cake decorating.