HTML500 aims to teach 2500 Canadians to code, expands to nine cities

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  • Homer J. Simpson

    Unfortunately, just because you train more people to code doesn’t mean there will be more software engineering jobs for you to apply to. Canada’s job market is horrible already, getting more people in this field will just drive down the salary of software devs even lower. And it’s pretty sh#t already compared to the US even without considering currency differences. You’ll just be training people to move across the border and work in the US.

    • MoYeung

      If it were so easy to move to the states, there wouldn’t be anybody left in Canada’s Winter “freezerland”, would it?
      Who would pay taxes to all 3 levels of government here? Unsustainable.

      BTW, road salt is sold out in Vancouver. What an unusual, expensive mess this Winter has been!

    • Homer J. Simpson

      It’s a hassle for sure, but it’s definitely worth it. That is, up until Trump got elected, but nobody says you can’t always just move back.

    • MoYeung

      No reason to leave USA, once they’ve become naturalized American citizens. Look at all those rich and famous “Canadians’ living in USA.

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