I like that you mentioned following up on bugs you couldn't figure out, and paying attention to how other more senior developers operate. Something I've been working to get over is the fear that "I can't solve everything." I know this fear is irrational - there's no way I could know how to do everything I need for my job with only 6 months of professional experience - but I feel like I've let my manager/team down if I don't know.
It's good to remind myself that asking for help and being exposed to the solution is one method of learning, and looking at how my manager works through the problem can help me reproduce that skill as well. :)
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