How to (Not) Become The Worst Developer On Earth

What you should (not) do to be the worst developer

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(You’re) Not The Best Developer In Town

Code With (No) Plan

(Never) Ask Questions

Ask dumb questions, reveal domain.

(Don’t) Help Team Members

This “lone wolf” approach to programming has been giving way to a more collaborative approach, which, I would argue, improves quality, productivity, and job satisfaction for programmers. — 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know

(Never) Learn About The Product

(Don’t) Add Tests For Your Code

(Avoid) Doing Code Reviews

(Don’t) Know What Your Code Does

Conclusion

Resources

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