Drink enough water.
Taking enough exercises.
Eat good food.
Having enough sleep.
Socializing more with both old friends and new friends.
Thinking more about problems, not solutions.
None of these are related to programming.
Being a programmer doesn't mean you have to write code.
Code is debt, code is smell.
Writing clean code is worse than having no code at all.
Contributing to general, abstraction, not to a specific/bad implementation.
Open source every abstraction you want to re-use.
Refine that abstraction to its limit.
In short, focus on doing what's important for tomorrow.
Don't reinvent the wheel.
Re-use everything you can.
Taking immutability to the limit.
Immutability is good, nothing could destroy it.
Composition by pushing, not patching.
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