Idiosyncrasies of My Developer Career

1. Never have I worked at a place which used an RDBMS as its primary persistent data store.

2. I generally call myself a frontend developer, yet I have always written at least some serverside code.

3. I learned plain HTML and CSS years before I learned any Turing complete language.

4. Data Structures and Algorithms seem to be both obviously simple and mysteriously hard to me

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