Real Programmer syndrome
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"Real Programmer" syndrome is cited as one of the possible results of the impostor syndrome. Behaviors that are part of the syndrome include working for no extra monetary compensation up to 12-hour days/six days a week for months or years on end, damaging some programmers' health as a result of the strain.
- Julie Bort (March 2014). "The Stress Of Being A Computer Programmer Is Literally Driving Many Of Them Crazy". Business Insider. Retrieved 2016-12-30.