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Don’t follow best programming practices. Do this instead

Best practices are for idiots. Learn pragmatism instead

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Best practices can turn the best of developers into a nervous wreck. Image by author

HHere on Medium, many articles are what I would call success porn. I made 10 million dollars last week and so can you with these 17 simple steps.

Sure, bro.

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Ari Joury

Ari Joury

Preparing for a future startup. Also doing a PhD at Sorbonne Université and an MBA at Collège des Ingénieurs.

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