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Comment Re: No, just no. (Score 2) 688

I have always worked in software engineering, and most fellow workers I've met were rather introvertedand home-loving, though still happy to go have a beer after work.
As for the women, there is a clear distinction between the few women in R&D, who tend to look like dorks or hippies, and the women in other departments, which are clearly more social and superficial, attaching much more importance to their appearance and fashion and discussing small talk unrelated to work all the time.

It's no different than comparing the science and literature departments at school or university. People don't change that much when they grow up.

Real Programmers think better when playing Adventure or Rogue.