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Tweets That Boost Productivity - Part 1

I am starting a series to share tweets that are encouraging to developers in order to boast their productivity somehow. I am not sure how often I will be doing this, but this is part 1. I am doing it because I notice a lot of people like it when I wrote How Many Tutorials Before I become a Pro? - Newbie Asks.

My major targets are the newbies. I hope you enjoy it.


I hope you enjoyed the tweets and you are encouraged to do more. I may continue and be more consistent. Maybe weekly but with fewer tweets.

If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please drop them in the comment section.

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Thank You For Your Time.

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Rob Suttles

Thanks for sharing! There are some spectacular pieces of advice in here.

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