Does being an entrepreneur require you to be a good programmer or good at coding?

Not at all.

it requires you to be good at making things. Or to put it another way - seeing things through.

in some ways I regretted becoming a programmer because it prevented me from learning about making money and running a business.

Ask any programmer who has made the transition and they’ll tell you something similar.

On the other hand, being a programmer helps because it forces you to think of all the possibilities in any endeavor. It’s like playing chess - you constantly look at all the moves on the board.

So in that sense it helps - but it can hurt it all you focus on is the programming.

  1. What coding skills are in demand?
  2. What will you say to someone that has been learning how to code for 5 years but yet still struggling with it?
  3. Is 2020 the year to learn code?
  4. How do programmers last working for a company for 5 years, 10 years, or 20 years?
  5. As a Ruby programmer, why do you choose Elixir over Crystal or vice versa?
  6. I’m willing to make a project for my final year. What project (related to Python) should I make to achieve a good grade?
  7. Why do programmers get outdated over time?
  8. On working as a programmer in the adult industry