Tips for the beginning developer from a beginner developer

Ilsmarie Presilia
Mar 28, 2017 · 10 min read
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When you start programming it’s like opening a door to a dark room that’s not only unknown to you, but you also don’t know where the light switch or anything else is. Don’t think of it as a room in a horror movie though. That might give you a slight relief, but it’s up to you how far in you go, how much you stumble and how long it takes for you to find the light switch. It’s also up to you to keep replacing the lightbulb after finally turning the light switch on. And so, you keep proceeding to the other dark rooms, steadily acknowledging and learning from your weaknesses and recognising patterns that can help you as you advance.


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