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It's the journey that defines you. Take chances and find out what defines
YOU. When I began my career, I felt the necessity to go after the most difficult software development projects and opportunities within my reach. Learning in those pressure cookers teaches you something. Who you are. If one really wants to be a great IT practitioner, you're going to have to learn how to SURVIVE(when you don't know what you're doing), ADAPT (when all the pieces are laying themselves out), and APPLY (when you just met you deadline, and the client has no idea how hard you worked). I promise you that those contracts will pay for themselves both monetarily and at most of all when you're leaving the office at midnight instead of 6am.