Real Programmer syndrome

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Not to be confused with Real Programmer.

"Real Programmer" syndrome is cited as one of the possible results of the impostor syndrome.[1] 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.[1]

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