Jan de Boer wrote:One ex colleague of me was a freelancer, and he for example had to program legacy code in C, because that was the only assignment he could get. But then also had to know and study the latest and newest stuff for future assignments, to keep up with the market. So that would be quite an effort. I am not sure how often freelancers do legacy no employee wants to do, compared to how often they have to do the new stuff nobody knows about. Can you give me an opinion on that Chris? I am curious. Is doing legacy as freelancer an exception, or is something frequent?
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