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5 Mistakes Every Self-taught Programmer Should Avoid.

#2 As a self-taught programmer, you lack the correct way to learn through online courses

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Being a self-taught programmer is not easy. Every year, many people graduate from college with a degree in computer science, and most of them want to do a job as a developer for good companies. Therefore, it will be difficult…




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