7 absolute truths I unlearned as junior developer


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7 absolute truths I unlearned as junior developer Next year, I’ll be entering my 10th year of being formally employed to write code. Ten years! And besides actual employment, for nearly 2⁄3 of my life, I’ve been building things on the web.
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Really level-headed stuff on code qualit…
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3 days ago by mikele
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
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5 days ago by cakeface
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
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5 days ago by gilberto5757
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
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A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
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7 absolute truths I unlearned as junior developer
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Next year, I’ll be entering my 10th year of being formally employed to write code. Ten years! And besides actual employment, for nearly 2⁄3 of my life, I’ve been building things on the web. via Pocket
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7 days ago by domingogallardo
Next year, I’ll be entering my 10th year of being formally employed to write code.Ten years! And besides actual employment, for nearly 2 ⁄ 3 of my life, I’ve…
7 days ago by ferdinandsalis
"1. I’m a senior developer
2. Everyone writes tests
3. We’re so far behind everyone else (AKA “tech FOMO”)
4. Code quality matters most
5. Everything must be documented!!!!
6. Technical debt is bad
7. Seniority means being the best at programming"

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7 days ago by pronoiac
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
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7 days ago by rtsk
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Next year, I’ll be entering my 10th year of being formally employed to write code.Ten years! And besides actual employment, for nearly 2 ⁄ 3 of my life, I’ve…
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8 days ago by ctorstens
I’m a senior developer; Everyone writes tests; We’re so far behind everyone else; Code quality matters most; Everything must be documented!!!!; Technical debt is bad; Seniority means being the best at programming
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8 days ago by zephyr777
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
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8 days ago by hthief
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Next year, I’ll be entering my 10th year of being formally employed to write code.Ten years! And besides actual employment, for nearly 2 ⁄ 3 of my life, I’ve…
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