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Personal Programming

What To Look For When Searching For A Job

Surprisingly, the salary is not the most important thing. I do not know about you, but I would instead earn less but have other perks. And no, I am not talking about ping-pong tables, free coffee, and other useless perks. Even though it does not hurt to have them, they are on a low priority […]

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Personal Programming

What I Learnt After 6 Months In My First Job

Ok, this is real. I am writing this article. Sorry, I had to pinch myself to realize this is the reality. I had such bad impostor syndrome before starting my job. It still feels surreal that I am a Software Engineer. Also, I was the one reading these articles before. I used to think “when […]

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Journey Personal Programming

Learn New Skills As A Code Newbie

We all know that you need to do a lot of practical work to learn programming. And we still ignore this fact and watch countless tutorials in the hope that we learn by watching somebody else code. One reason that stops us from programming is that sometimes we struggle to come up with project ideas. […]

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Personal Programming

Why You Do Not Have To Be A Super Developer

You might be thinking that something is wrong with me after reading the title. But I do not want to be a super developer. It would be best if you did not want either, and you will agree with me by the end of this article. How did I get the idea for this article? […]

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Programming

Learn Programming Effectively

This article is short and straight to the point. It is not earth-shattering information, so do not get your hopes too high. It is common sense, and all of us knows it. Or at least should be common sense. ACTIVE LEARNING The title says it all. When learning to code, like any other practical skill, […]

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Journey Programming Web Development

Impostor Syndrome – A Developer’s Best Friend

Reading the title, you might say something is wrong with me. But I dare to repeat it. The impostor syndrome is a developer’s best friend when appropriately managed. I also believe that the impostor syndrome is more prominent in software development due to the large volume of knowledge you need to possess, and the constant […]