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Is there a less technically intensive job for someone who's a Software Engineer? [closed]

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( 3 months ago )


I'm currently an employed Software Engineer for a moderately sized IT company. Initially I enjoyed the challenge of my work, but over time I have become burnt out of the non-stop technical learning required of the position. I enjoy the design conversations and high-level discussions on architecture/framework, but once I get to the actual programming and half a dozen technologies involved... not so much.

I would like to ask if there are other less technically demanding positions for someone with a decent understanding of the front-end/back-end/SDLC who is also a good communicator?

To clarify; I'm not against learning. I want to put my technical skills to use and continue to grow my knowledge. But I'm curious as to if there are maybe more collaborative positions where the amount of knowledge required is relatively defined, instead of now where I spend all day everyday trying to learn and apply new technologies/concepts.

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( 3 months ago )

There are domains withing software development which shun the momentum to evolve technology at a rapid pace. One great example is COBOL programing within financial institutions. It can pay very well, and you will not be expected to learn the popular programing language or framework of the season.

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