Pilot fish and his classmate are winding up their college degrees in computer programming, and they have one last hurdle to clear: an unpaid internship to get some real-world IT experience.
"We both completed the internship requirement by working for two months at a startup," says fish. "It was a very small startup — the owner was basically self-employed and had no other employees, and was working on three C# apps."
The three apps share some similarities, and fish can't understand why his new boss doesn't just develop a common code core for all of them. But fish figures he's the boss, so it's his decision to develop them all separately.
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