Why We Love Programming | Bridge Blog

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We have a smart tribe of amazing programmers. That’s not a revelation as we are a leading custom software development company with more than 15+ years of experience. As the International Programmers Day was approaching, we could not simply let it pass by. We wanted to know what makes our programmers love the seemingly tedious job of coding.

We were curious to know what inspires them to write hundreds of lines of codes every day. We wondered if they really love their job or are they doing it just as a means of earning their livelihood. Or, is programming so much fun!

Boo-yah! Their responses have given us a reason to rejoice. We are proud to have such an incredible lot of programmers, who love their job and find purpose in doing it.

Have a look at some of our programmers’ statements on “Why I Love Programming”.

Programming kindles entrepreneurship

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A job that helps you undo and build better

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Love to see coding solving real-world problems

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It opens up a window of opportunities

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Making a difference every day!

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Programming has an inevitable charm

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Help us to be ‘superheroes’

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The joy of being useful

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Keeps boredom at bay

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The joy of making a difference

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Programming gives individuality

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It’s like getting paid to have fun

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Cracking challenges made easy

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Exciting to be a part of the present and the future

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A lasting sense of fulfilment

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Before we wrap up, do you want to know why September 12, 2020 is Day of the Programmers?

Every year it is celebrated on the 256th (hexadecimal 100th, or the 28th) day of each year (September 13 during common years and on September 12 in leap years). The number 256 (28) was chosen because it is the number of distinct values that can be represented with a byte, a value well known to programmers. 256 is also the highest power of two that is less than 365, the number of days in a common year. Source: Wikipedia

Let’s celebrate the day with love and gratitude to all the software programmers around the globe. Thank you for making this world a better place.

If you are excited to collaborate with a motivated team of software developers, do not hesitate to get in touch.

Originally published at https://www.bridge-global.com on September 12, 2020.

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