What end is the majority of your professional work in?
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View Poll Results: What do you spend the majority of your professional time on?

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  • Back end (server code, libraries)

    5 62.50%
  • Front end (client facing apps)

    3 37.50%
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Thread: What end is the majority of your professional work in?

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    What end is the majority of your professional work in?

    Debating with someone about what the average programmer does for a living. Im sure that it's always been backend code since it's the most complex, with today's climate of cloud computing, and the tools to make interfaces visually, I'm pretty sure that full time GUI developers are quite rare.

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    Re: What end is the majority of your professional work in?

    Darn, I forgot a third category. Hmm, if you do embedded coding, check backend.

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    Re: What end is the majority of your professional work in?

    Are you going to do the same poll for some of the other forums as well - java, c# etc? The results for those languages also would be interesting.
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    Re: What end is the majority of your professional work in?

    That would be interesting, I'll bet different languages have different extent of where people code, but I'm just curious about C++.

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