There are only few habits that differentiate an ineffective programmer from an effective programmer. After observing many developers in the programming industry. I have reached to these five points.
Through these points you can decide if you are an effective programmer or not.
Even if you are missing some of the habits, you could develop all the missing habits. Once you have the habits you lack, you are on the path of the successful programmer.
Here are five shocking habits of most effective programmers.
In touch typing, you don’t need to look at the keyboard while typing. As a programmer…
You got the internship.
You were excited the first week. During the first week, your job includes reading documentation for a frontend framework.
For the first two weeks, you didn’t have much work to do. You chat with other people around you. You listen to some hip-hop music in your spare time.
During these two weeks, you have observed that most developers always wear their headphones.
I was in a similar situation a couple of years ago. I used to think that other developers love listening to music. Especially when they are writing code.
I was totally wrong.
Being a self-taught programmer is not easy. Every year, many people graduate from college with a degree in computer science, and most of them want to do a job as a developer for good companies. Therefore, it will be difficult to find your first job as a self-taught programmer.
This list will suggest some of the methods you could apply to get your first job as a developer in a company and will save many self-taught programmers who spend their days depressed. This will also help you to save mental energy as a programmer.
Suppose you decide that you will…
Every developer wants to finish the work assigned to them quickly. No developer wants to keep looking for resources. As developers, we want to work smarter rather than harder.
Here’s an amazing list of GitHub repositories that will make your life as a developer easier.
I use some of them regularly in my work.
Back when I was struggling as a new content creator and was about to give up, I decided to contact over thirty creatives who all have excelled in their personal niche whether it’s podcasts, blogging or influencing.
Eleven of them were kind enough to offer me advice and the key takeaways from the many conversations I had with them I list below. So if you’re a struggling content creator then these 4 things may just help you succeed.
For content creators, the definition of luck is different from the rest of the world.
Luck ≠ When opportunity meets preparation.
One day in the middle of a random conversation between my friend and me.
Rohan: — How many hours of your time do you spend reading?
Me: — About three to four hours a day.
Rohan: — That is too much.
Me: — Yes, I know.
Rohan: — How you remember everything you read.
Me: — I forgot most of the things I read.
Rohan: — So what is the benefit of reading?
Me: — I don’t know.
After reading eleven books in three months. I tried to remember the name of all the books that I have read. …
As software developers, we work with different languages. Switching between different languages is a difficult decision that we will have to make in a few years.
Since this morning I have been working on a project. After writing code all day, I had made my day boring. I decided to have fun with my friends.
I called two of my friends. These two friends are software developers.
We decided to play a game over the phone. We decided to make slogans for each language we have worked with.
They were excited to play with me. We settled on eleven languages…
Why should you start a youtube channel?
Why should you start your podcast?
Why should you start your newsletter?
Why should you write your book?
Why should you start your own online course?
Thousands of people are running their YouTube channel and podcast. Thousands of people have a successful newsletter and book. There are millions of courses available on the Internet.
A few months ago, I was asking myself the same question. Why should I start my own YouTube and newsletter?
What will happen if nobody subscribes to your Youtube channel and Newsletter?
How are you going to separate yourself…
I’ve previously written about mistakes to avoid as a self-taught programmer.
I have had problems in the past as a self-taught programmer. I used to get frustrated when I was learning to code. I used to doubt my abilities.
After talking to many programmers, I could understand that they go through the same pain as a developer.
Here are four skills that will help you on your journey as a programmer. Mastering these skills will make your life as a programmer a little easier.
You will start to enjoy your journey instead of getting frustrated all the time.
In 2019, Mark Zuckerberg made $ 28,538 per minute. Facebook co-founder’s net worth is around $ 102 billion.
If you work in the US for 8 hours a day at minimum wage, it will take you 6.5 million years to reach the wealth of Bill Gates. This is the reality of the money that billionaires have.
With more money, these billionaires have more problems. They have to keep their money safe. They have kept their family members safe. Along with all this, they must keep their own life safe.
When it comes to keeping their money safe. They can store…