5 habits that will make you worse as a developer

There is no bad programmer but bad programming habits

“My code is the best”

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  • greater openness of mind, that is, if we are able to see how others think we will have more resources when looking for solutions.

Your learning ends the day you start to believe that you have nothing new to learn

I do this “in 5 minutes”

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“I am lazy to document”

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“Documentation is like sex; when it’s good, it’s very, very good, and when it’s bad, it’s better than nothing.”

As far as I am concerned, I have met few developers who like to document their code. Moreover, it is not the first time I have heard on the networks that many people do not document their code in order to feel irreplaceable and that nobody can do their job.

  • Our job is to add value to our team and make things easier for the rest of our classmates, not to put obstacles to “feel better”.

It wasn’t me!

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“The sooner you admit your mistakes, the more time you will have to learn and solve them.”

It’s done

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Final thoughts

I think the best way to finish the article is to highlight a word:

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