7 Habit That Kills a Developer Career.

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I would be shortly giving us seven habit, that can be of great destruction to a programmer's career,If this tips is pointing out to you, you've got to stop!

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  • No Coding Organization

There is nothing worth than a developer who doesn't care about clean code and architecture! Writing codes that can be understood by both newbies and experience developers is an outstanding feature.

Learn about coding organization and clean code!

  • Not Helping Others

Strong people don't put others sown they lift them up. Share what you know to others. This keeps you also to know more or still refresh something you've once known

Don't keep it to your self :)

  • No Planning, Just Coding

There is an old saying "hours of programming can save you weeks of coding" Failing to plan ahead is the beginning of experiencing bug Always spend some time to plan on what you want to build

  • No Thanks I Got It

There is no shame in asking people for help. It doesn't show weakness, it shows the ability of becoming better tomorrow!

  • Reinventing The Wheel

If there is a fully documented library that is doing the work perfectly, then use it.

  • I'm The Best Attitude

The moment you think you are the best is the moment you stop learning. Be humble at all times and listen to what others are saying.

There might be something pertinent in what they want to teach.

  • Work And Life Balance

Don't want to be burn out! Take breaks i.e (don't think about work when you are out with friends! :) Your personal life is as important as your career! :)

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Catalin Pit's photo

These are things to keep in mind all the time! Thank you for the article.

Olanrewaju Alaba's photo

Yeah, thanks for finding it useful!

Sumit Pandey's photo

Great read. Thanks for this one please keep on writing such good stuff

Olanrewaju Alaba's photo

Thanks Pandey, I'm glad you found it useful.

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Prince Sumberia's photo

Great read! Thanks for the article Olanrewaju Alaba

Olanrewaju Alaba's photo

I'm happy, you found it useful!

José Torres's photo

I think the old saying should be "hours of programming can save you weeks of coding" :) Other than that, great article!

Olanrewaju Alaba's photo

I think you are right with the quote. Thanks for the feedback!

Rishabh Sikarwar's photo

I hope you meant hours of planning instead of hours of programming