I Wish I Knew That Before
If you’re a developer and/or a programmer, I’m certain that there once came a time in your career when you looked back at your old codes and realize that everything you’ve been doing before were rubbish. For some people, this happens every couple of months, and for some people (like me) it happens way too frequently.
It may sound horrible, but it’s actually a good thing because, more often than not, this phenomenon happens after discovering and/or learning something new. You can even use it to measure how often you’re learning new things. And on the flip-side, if you haven’t experienced it in quite a while, maybe it’s time to study again.
As the title suggests, in this series I’ll be sharing a collection of tips, tricks, techniques, and concepts I wish I knew early on in my dev career. My hope is that other developers will find it useful too.
Now let’s hop into it!