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re: Why do you write on DEV? VIEW POST

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I have started to write as a way to record techniques that I learnt on the job in a way that can help others as well. Also, as someone who works on proprietary software, I am afraid that all of the tricks and techniques that I've learnt will be lost if I ever leave my current employer. I am someone who relies heavily on notes because I deal with many different technology stacks and my worst nightmare is losing my notes.

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