Welcome to the 51st edition of The Catch Block!

In this edition, we continue our Burnout Series by discussing problems that experienced developers face: namely, that programming as a career might mean no more learning, and that the job can be very, very, boring.

There's a funny thing about burnout: once you have experience, the time it takes to reach burnout is much, much longer than when you are a new developer. Further, burnout is even less likely to be caused by a single factor.

Rather, burnout in more senior developers is akin to a weed, growing in the garden of our lives. It takes time to root, sprout, grow, and flower, but once it is established, it's difficult to remove.

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