I would be sharing shortly on seven habit, that can be of great destruction to a programmer's career!
If these tips are pointing out at you, you've got to stop!
Let the journey, ready to aid career enhancement begin🚀
- No Coding Organization
There is nothing worth than a developer who doesn't care about clean code and architecture! Writing codes that can be understood by both newbies and experience developers is an outstanding feature.
Learn about coding organization and clean code!
- Not Helping Others
Strong people don't put others sown they lift them up. Share what you know to others. This keeps you also to know more or still refresh something you've once known
Don't keep it to your self :)
- No Planning, Just Coding
There is an old saying "hours of programming can save you weeks of coding" Failing to plan ahead is the beginning of experiencing bug
Always spend some time to plan on what you want to build
- No Thanks I Got It
There is no shame in asking people for help. It doesn't show weakness, it shows the ability of becoming better tomorrow!
- Reinventing The Wheel
If there is a fully documented library that is doing the work perfectly, then use it.
- I'm The Best Attitude
The moment you think you are the best is the moment you stop learning.
Be humble at all times and listen to what others are saying.
There might be something pertinent in what they want to teach.
- Work And Life Balance
Don't want to be burn out!
Take breaks i.e. (don't think about work when you are out with friends! :)
Your personal life is as important as your career! :)
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Top comments (4)
I agree with all your points, Olan. Devs (myself included) tend to be excited to get coding right away. As I learned over the years, this leads to poor outcomes and I ended up recording my code. It's really best to think about and plan your application before getting started.
I would like to add an 8th tip:
- Not Learning
The tech world is constantly changing. As tech professionals, we must keep up with this change while still finding the time to go in-depth.
I would really love that , thanks for the contribution!
Agree with all points, although not so sure about
Unless the task is really complex, most of the time recreating stuff from scratch leads to a better understanding of your stack :)
Yeah, I really agree with you. This really depends on the situation and circumstances in which a developer finds his/herself!