Projects always show real experience. Some coders who have never gotten a comp sci degree might know algorithms concepts in an applied way. They might be able to explain it to you by drawing a picture, writing a piece of code but they won’t know any jargons. That’s okay I think. These coders are the ones you don’t pay premium for who has real passion for coding as loves to learn. There’s a trainability issue that’s linked to potential that you were alluding to. Coders who are trainable and can improve their skills will eventually be cheaper than a star coder who stays at same level.. loved this article.. quite inspired by it as you can see!

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