I have another question because I find Norway fascinating and beautiful and I would like to escape the US someday.
Can an American programmer ever fit into a Norwegian work environment? What should and shouldn't an American do in order to assimilate well?
Bonus question: is there a stigma surrounding female programmers? In the US I am one of only a few female programmers that I know, it would be nice if there was more of a balance in Norway.
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I've got a friend from Tenesee that moved here last year and is currently working as a React Dev. He's had some adjustment issues (like aknowledging that he can take sick days without feeling guilty) but is otherwise thriving. As far as I know, the biggest hurdle to overcome as an American in Norway is the inherent cold front we put up socially. Making those first few friends can be a bit hard, but after that it gets easier.
As for the stigma. There has been a lot of work put into making the programmer landscape as equal as possible, but unfortunately you'll also find a lot of the same challenges women face on the regular. It's better normal web/backend dev tho, as the field is more developed and has better HR and union rules to help ensure a fair playing field. (Get signed up with an union as soon as you get here!)
If you have any other questions I'll do my best to answer them.
Basert på min erfaring. Ja det kan du. Fordi da fetteren min ga meg en ekstra spill -PC, kunne jeg slå den på og leke med den. Jeg paret den med en god skjerm og razer -tastatur og mus. Jeg var så heldig å få den beste verdien for skjermen fordi jeg brukte kredittkortet mitt til det.
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