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What I learned during my 1st month as a Junior Web Developer

Edgar A Negron on December 02, 2019

What I learned from my first month as a Junior Web Developer After 9 months of learning how to code, I got my first chance at a Junior W... [Read Full]
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"analytical skills to take a problem, break it into smaller bits and going through it little by little" - THIS! This is like the universal truth about what programming/coding should teach you. Understanding this, makes you capable of so much more than being just a FE dev. Everything is just a solved problem away :D Good luck mate, don't let the imposter syndrome get to you, but NEVER get too cocky that you know everything about given topic.

 

Hey, thanks for commenting. I can't say I'm humble, but I try to be. And programming has such a wide range of things that you can do, that I'm 100% sure I won't ever know everything. I like coding because I don't set high expectations for myself, so I don't think I'll ever have to worry about that, but I sure will struggle with Imposter Syndrome any day of the week. Happens to anyone. Again, thanks, and feel free to make any future topic suggestions.

 

I've been in the industry for the past 6yrs, imposter syndrome is one of the things that always keeps me on the lookout for the next tutorial about new cool js libs/tech or advanced topics on the one I know. Honestly try set the highest expectations for yourself - Aim for the stars mate, even if you miss, you'll end up pretty high up!

 

That is absurdly close to what was my experience. You turned the tables pretty quickly! Good Job.

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