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I don't keep code for a simple reason, the: The company paid me to write the code for them. II give them my code, and they give me my paycheck. TheThe guy who made my lunch, does not get to keep part of it for themselves, why would code be different?

Also, the point made before, I walk out of job, all those headaches stay there, new job, new start, but with a bit more experience and understanding of the types of problems in that old job's domain.

I don't keep code for a simple reason, the company paid me to write the code for them. I give them my code, they give me my paycheck. The guy who made my lunch, does not get to keep part of it for themselves, why would code be different?

Also, the point made before, I walk out of job, all those headaches stay there, new job, new start, but with a bit more experience and understanding of the types of problems in that old job's domain.

I don't keep code for a simple reason: The company paid me to write the code for them. I give them my code, and they give me my paycheck. The guy who made my lunch, does not get to keep part of it for themselves, why would code be different?

Also, the point made before, I walk out of job, all those headaches stay there, new job, new start, but with a bit more experience and understanding of the types of problems in that old job's domain.

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I don't keep code for a simple reason, the company paid me to write the code for them. I give them my code, they give me my paycheck. The guy who made my lunch, does not get to keep part of it for themselves, why would code be different?

Also, the point made before, I walk out of job, all those headaches stay there, new job, new start, but with a bit more experience and understanding of the types of problems in that old job's domain.

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