What It Takes
Veterans often have a knack for quickly learning new skills and putting them to use. That’s similar to developers, who also enjoy problem solving and working independently—although they also need to be part of a team. This is an excellent career path because of the flexibility: You can work in defense, entertainment, health care, marketing, or practically any industry you can think of.
Figuring out how to code takes an intuitive mind and a willingness to learn.
Developers are used to focusing on their work for long stretches of time.
A Sharp Eye
Checking code and finding bugs means being detail-oriented.
Good Time Management
Developers can get busy quickly—and they are often the master of their own schedules.
Writing great code means knowing and understanding the hearts and minds of the audience you’re trying to reach.
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