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What are the things required to become a hardcore programmer?

What a lot of great answers. I especially enjoyed John L. Miller’s answer for the celebrity factor with a string of credits like that. Not to take away anything from anyone else, I just don’t think I’ve seen an answer on Quora from him yet, and I like his articulation, and smooth transitions between hard facts. Fact. Context. Perspective. Summary. Reorganize. Deliver. It’s amazing to witness writing like that. I bet he pretty much nailed that live without many edits.When you have created a hardcore program- something that is delicious, and all of the above- you might be a hardcore programmer.Being a Hardcore Programmer means you have street cred. If people don’t know who you are by your tag, or your name, you are not a Hardcore Programmer.In that case I recommend taking on the necessary steps to become a Meta-programmer. All Hardcore Programmers are Meta-programmers.They care about the Total Systems Architecture even if they are delivering one single interface.They experience extreme focus regularly. Every Programmer has a way to get “in the zone.” Extreme focus contains more than just the constricted, narrow focus generated by the frontal-lobes. It is expansive and sometimes all-encompassing. It contains the quality of intent which is governed by the self, and that includes the whole self, so it is not just about external circumstances and being free of distraction. The fastest way to achieve any goal is to remain unrelenting in your intent to reach it, and remaining focused in that intent with every faculty you have.They have a super-power. So many ultra-brilliant people think differently than others and they often must work to demonstrate their ability in some tangible way. Remember, there is an IQ test that can tell you if you have genius capability, but no test can tell you that you will achieve what Einstein did.They learn how to teach themselves because the knowledge or “answer” they seek usually has not been written yet, it can’t be found online on Stack Overflow, or at Microsoft’s help desk, or answered by a teacher unless they spend the time themselves to solve the problem. (In my greatest exploits it would have taken me longer to formulate my question in an intelligent fashion than to solve the problem for myself. I cultivated the habit of working first, and asking later unless it was something I needed before completing my work).They learn how to peer through the edge of their “personal unknown” and come back with new answers. Were you someone who understood exactly how 2 + 2 worked in pre-school? Good for you! Not everyone does. Hardcore Programmers are prepared to meet their theoretical limit of intellect, and they realize it is an opportunity to grow. If you never reach the point in which you are being stretched, you will not be working on anything of significance. Even if what you are stretching to learn isn’t ground breaking in itself, nobody can take the achievement from you. So the process (and the result) has intrinsic value.They protect their self-confidence, because they know they have “it”; and so they aren’t taking a lot of time from producing radical hardware/software/designs/theory/applications by attempting to prove themselves to others. Their work will speak for itself.They are not afraid to build a system exactly the way they believe it should work, even if they have to create supporting technology to get there. It takes experience to learn what is timely and relevant, but if you begin your life without pushing yourself to create the greatest [insert appropriate item here], how will you ever realize your potential?They love themselves and their own humanity. Everyone has junk. Sometimes it blows up in our faces, sometimes it hurts others, sometimes we are just unaware of how our lives impact others- whether good or bad. Sometimes we don’t behave as well as we should. Hardcore Programmers are willing to admit mistakes, especially to eliminate weakness in themselves and their work.They work at being generous in spirit, and seek to serve others which often requires a certain type of humility.They learn the value of connecting in real ways with others to receive teaching, seeking out or being open to mentoring, and also by seeking the camaraderie of their peers. Ok, except for that one guy.They learn how to exploit their own talents, and how to showcase their super-power. In doing so they also get to see how someone else could exploit them, and to learn what it feels like to be used (so they can instinctively avoid it).They learn what is truly necessary to succeed in any task and they will ask politely for things which they don’t have at first; and then they are unwilling to take “no” for an answer, willing to do whatever it takes (legally) to obtain those things, check alternate resources, work another job if money is needed. “Hardcore” means No Effing Excuses, No whining. They learn how to assert themselves in respectful (or productive) ways to get what is needed- not just what is wanted.They are driven to achieve their goal until they stare their own Recombinant DNA in the face, daring it to remain human. This is not a death wish, it’s peering into the fusion-core of life itself with each hand entrained into the Aeon Flux until all that remains is the pure fusion of creativity and intelligence- the rest consumed as fire. Once they have discovered the intrinsic order (the intelligence) of something, it only requires creativity to implement it. This is why Hardcore Programmers believe they are god-like. They perceive that the potential to create is limitless.…I don’t know that I’ve presented a complete or concise definition of what a “Meta-programmer” is, yet I hope I have added something worthwhile for the questioner to consider.

Given how hard the Japanese people work, why isn't their economy stronger?

I am from India, and have been in Japan for just over an year now, and worked in Europe previously for several years.There are several opportunities to implement IT and use online workflows to automate processes, so that things can done faster.Some companies are now making things easier -1. Rental -UR Housing (good quality apartment complexes by the Japanese government) is a good choice for foreigners. Several of the headaches and fees associated with renting in Japan are eliminated if a person chooses UR Housing.More details here - UR Housing / Apartments in Tokyo, Kawasaki, Yokohama, Saitama, ChibaI spoke with a real estate agent before coming to Japan, and booked a rental apartment before even landing in Tokyo for the first time.After landing here, all I had to do was submit a couple more documents and I managed to sign the contract for the apartment on my day 2 in Tokyo - impressive!However, though the apartment was vacant, I was told that I could move into the apartment only 5 days after the contract signing. Is this because of time needed after another round of cleaning and disinfection? Need to find out.In another instance, when I was moving, I was told that I could view an apartment anytime during a time window of 7 days. Though convenient, I thought that this was bit excessive.In both instances, the apartment was lying vacant and not generating revenue for the company.When looking around for an apartment with UR housing, I noticed that people typically have to talk to several different rental agencies or agents even for apartments within the same complex. This was because apartments were allocated in blocks to multiple agents / agencies, and that there was no no single unified computerized system which could let a person know the availability of apartments within a complex.This means that though UR Housing has several business centers in Tokyo, each center can only offer vacant apartments which are allocated to them - making it a more painful process for a customer who would like to check availability across a wide range of apartments.A single unified and computerized system would have made it easier for both rental agencies (more apartments to offer to customers) and customers (less agents or agencies to talk to).2. Mobile connectivity -Chris Donnelley, in his answer, says that it could take up to 2 hours to go through paperwork and contract explanation when purchasing a mobile phone.When I landed in 2014, I managed to purchase a prepaid data sim from the Tokyo Narita airport, which was expensive.This has now been automated through SIM Card vending machines, which offer data only sim cards. It seems that only citizens or residents can have local voice call phone numbers in Japan, but renting a phone (very expensive) could also work for tourists. my work in Tokyo was only planned for 6 months, I found the lack of flexibility in contract duration very frustrating. Large mobile carriers like Softbank only had 2 year contracts with heavy contract breakage fees. A friend of mine had to pay more than 50000 Yen in contract breakage fees when he left Japan after 7 months.However, after a few months, I managed to find and purchase a U-mobile sim from which offered a 6 month contract with only a 3000 yen breakage fee which I'd have to pay if I broke the contract prior to the 6th month.Signing up for a U-mobile sim card can be done completely online within a few minutes without any paperwork.Meanwhile I just checked the Japanese Softbank Online shop and couldn't find any SIM only options. In addition to forcing a customer to purchase a mobile phone when they might only really need a SIM Card, Softbank also charges an administrative fee of 3000 Yen, something which U-mobile doesn't charge.With the competition offering more flexible options, the large carriers will do well to get their act together and offer better products.In other countries -UK - In 2009, I was able to get a Lebara prepaid sim card without having to submit any documentation and use it immediately after topping up. Not sure if the documentation requirements have changed now.India - In 2013, I was able to get an Idea Cellular postpaid monthly rolling contract activated the same day evening, after submitting copies of a few ID and address proof documents the carrier asked for. The whole signup process took less than an hour. As the sim card was activated up front without address verification, I was advised that the sim card would be deactivated if the address verification ran into any issues.Australia - In 2015, I was able to purchase a Lebara prepaid sim card off the counter and then activate it immediately after calling a helpline number and providing them my foreign passport number.Japan will do well to make the process easier while also balancing security needs.3. Banking (regular bank account) -To get a bank account opened, I first needed to get my address updated on my residence card.After getting the address updated, I visited Shinsei Bank and opened an account with them. account opening process took less than half an hour, and I was given a cash card immediately.As far as I know, even in November 2015, Shinsei Bank is the only bank in Japan with English online banking.Compared to other countries, Japan makes it much harder for an expat to open an account.I applied online for a Rakuten bank account - and my application was rejected. I am not sure why my application was rejected, but I had been in Japan less than 6 months at the time of applying.In other countries -UK - In 2009, I was able to get a bank account opened quickly, but only after submitting a letter from my employer to the bank, which took a couple of days to reach me. I also got a Visa debit card in the account opening pack.India - An ICICI Bank officer with a tablet can visit your home or office and opens an account for you on the spot and gives you a Visa debit card as part of the account opening pack. - Bank accounts can be opened even before landing in the country! Japan, most banks give only a cash card when opening an account. Shinsei Bank only gave me a cash card.Cash cards can't be used for purchases in stores. This means that more store transactions are cash based. This means that it takes more time for most store transasctions to complete, reducing productivity.I manage to get around this by charging my Suica or PASMO or WAON card and using that as a payment option to save time.4. Banking (credit cards) -Credit cards deserve a special mention of their own.I have applied for credit card several times in Japan, and have been rejected by several banks.Recruit credit card (by Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ bank) - my application was rejected because I don't speak Japanese. Apparently, as the credit card terms and conditions are in Japanese, and must be read out to and understood by the customer before the application can be accepted.Rakuten credit card - rejected twice and approved the third time. I applied both after completion of almost two months and almost seven months after landing in Japan. When I applied a third time, after completing 13 months in Japan, my application was accepted.AEON credit card - rejected twice - both after 2 months and almost seven months after landing in Japan.Shinsei Bank credit card - nothing is more humiliating than being rejected for a credit by my OWN bank where my salary gets credited monthly!!! Interestingly, the application was accepted and moved to the next stage, and was then rejected without a proper reason. I just got an apology letter stating that the application was accepted in JCB Credit card - rejected after applying on the website.ANA American Express credit card - rejected after applying on the website.In other countries -UK - In 2009, shortly after I landed in the UK for the first time, I managed to get a credit card from the same bank where I had my savings account, within a couple of weeks of opening the savings account. In 2012, a friend of mine was amazed to hear this, and told me that it was much harder to get a credit card as the banks had tightened up.India - As a salaried person in India, it is not hard to get a credit card. But for self employed people without a regular income, it is much harder. A friend of mine who quit his job and was working as a online freelancer was disappointed when his application was rejected.However, the bank offered my friend a credit card if he could open a fixed deposit with the bank. The credit card would have the same credit limit as the value of the fixed deposit.In Japan, I would have grudgingly appreciated it if the banks which had rejected my credit card applications had offered me the option to open a fixed deposit and gave me a credit card with credit limit equal to the value of the fixed deposit. But even that option doesn't exist!Now, I have been resident in Japan for more than an year and will attempt to apply for a few credit cards again, but with different companies. Fingers crossed!The lack of a credit card means more cash transactions, and greater difficulty when it comes to booking air tickets for my entire family for trips.5. Internet connectivity -Japan has some of the fastest internet connectivity options in the world, but there are some issues here too.Most shops selling fixed line internet connections (Softbank broadband, Yahoo BB, AU, etc) try to push 2 year contracts with heavy contract breakage fees. I ended up taking a 2 year contract, but opted for it only because of an attractive 55000 yen cashback offer.One frustration I have with NTT and Yahoo Broadband is that in spite of being a utility, they don't have 24x7 support! They offer telephone support only during working days and between 9 AM/10 AM to 5 PM/6 PM. This means that subscribers have to spend time calling them during office hours - reducing productivity.In India, I had 24x7 email and voice support for my broadband Internet connection, even though the connection was much slower compared to what Japan has to offer.Also, to sign up for direct debit or setup a credit card on my account, I have to do paperwork instead of being able to apply online. This means that my bank account or credit card information has to be manually processed by a human being - a security risk in a supposedly digital age.Hopefully, Japan will become more and more digital, which will mean that people will become more productive and get things done quicker.

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