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  • Try to learn something new every day.
  • Minimize overtime. All those promises about the extra PTO you'll get if you work 30 hours straight this weekend never come true. Do it too much and it becomes expected of you.
  • Find a mentor. It can be in your company, online, from a coding meetup, whatever. Just find someone who can impart wisdom to you and listen to their suggestions.
  • Ugly, deployable code is worth infinitely more than "almost done just one more day" code or beautiful code weeks behind schedule. Always remember this is a business and you need to deliver a product if you like receiving that paycheck. Sometimes things will have to be sacrificed to get a win at the end of the day.
  • Not everyone has the same passion for coding; respect that. Find out what they are passionate about and what they enjoy and learn to see them for who they truly are instead of getting annoyed with them.
  • Be humble or you will get humiliated.
 
 

Great advice! that is one thing I learned early .

 

-keep reading articles
-practice more and more
-follow senior developers on social media
-share your works

 

Learn by building stuff. Trial and error is the way to go. Also, don't be feel bad about googling things -- every developer does it.

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