Content Updated On : 2021-10-23

Bologna

Big companies: We don’t hire self taught developers.

Also big companies: But pay for our certificate and you can get a job.

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Pair programming isn't 2 people doing the work of one. It's 2 people avoiding the rework of 7.

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Bologna

Multitasking is a myth.
The only way to get more tasks done is to do them one at a time.

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JavaScript is a safer investment than Crypto.

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A new framework is like a forest. The documentation is your compass.

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Learning from your/other's mistakes early is a skill.

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Bologna

2004: “LOL coding JavaScript is not a job”

2021: “You better learn JavaScript to get a job”

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Bologna

Learning how to read API docs is one of the most important skill for every developer 👍

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No code is created for eternity.

If something doesn't work out as well as you'd like to, change it!

This is why designing your code for maintainability is so important. You don't want to build a wall you'll later have to climb yourself.

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There's a special place in my heart for the company that hires the:

- bootcamp grad
- the self-taught coder
- the junior developer

Kudos to you. You are changing lives.

❤️💚💙💜🧡

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Every developer must remake themselves every 18-24 months.

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Coding takes 80% of the project time. The remaining 20% for the docs takes forever. 👍😎

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If you consider yourself a programmer you absolutely have to use a debugger.

The debugger gives you more information to work with when you need a more detailed understanding of what your program is doing.

Not using a debugger is a mistake made by a lot of begginers.

Use it.

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Automation may take time which can be done in few minutes or so, but the feeling of automation and the long-running process will make efforts worth it.

Automation is not necessary but it's important if you can automate smaller task which takes time.

keep it simple.

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Bologna

Pair programming is 20% doing things right, 80% identifying the things we were about to do wrong and then not doing them.

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Tips to improve as a software developer:

- read articles
- focus on fundamentals
- pick the right tools
- be nice to others
- learn best practices
- follow communities
- don't be afraid to ask for help
- always have a high-level picture

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Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.

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