@thor Hmm, I'm not sure I agree. I think it's more that programming is an activity that takes concentration, so the work in itself might take bouts of isolation so it's something that might appeal to introverts because it's work you can do on your own so they might start solo projects, but there's plenty of extrovert programmers who work in teams. They just often don't stand out quite as much because other parts of the teams tend to be on the PR side of projects, so you don't notice them quite as much.
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