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Aspiring Developers - What is your greatest achievement in programming?

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Keff

I'm not burned out, and I still enjoy my job after almost 10 years!!!!

This has been hard, it's been really difficult to have a good life/work/hobby balance in my life. But I think I'm starting to figure it out now!!!!

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Helitha Rupasinghe Author

What did you start to figure out after 10 years? @nombrekeff

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Nathan Hedglin

Building a full-stack business website with e-commerce, custom CMS and SaaS product completely by myself.

Overall, just keeping up on learning over the last 10 years in software. Now my business is taking off and I'm excited to pursue some non-profit endeavors.

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Helitha Rupasinghe Author

What's the name of your business? @natescode

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Nathan Hedglin

NatesCode LLC

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mkfizi

marrying a programmer with the same skillset as mine. and both of us use tabs!

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C. Plug

I managed to code a relatively large-scale game all by myself. Being without my own product to show off, I was virtually nothing. Now I have one. I guess I should've done something small-scale first, but at least I have something.

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Helitha Rupasinghe Author

Where can i play the game? @clpsplug

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shreevatsa

but i am trying hard to achieve something
:) , :D

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jan-wagenaar

Learning myself how to work with React. As a low-code developer I like to widen my horizons, so I can understand whays happening inside the "Black box"

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Helitha Rupasinghe Author

I would highly recommend you build some projects with react to fast-track your progress.

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Ali Zulfaqar

Telling myself to never give up no matter how hard the obstacle i am facing, accepting the fact that seeking others help is really important and helpful. Know that by asking help from others does not mean you can't do it

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Rooberto

It really is a difficult profession, someone has a hobby, but to really be a professional in this business, you need to learn a lot and practice hard. I spent 2 years figuring it out, I wanted to learn how to program applications, but it didn't work out in the end. Fortunately, I found a company that does it all on a professional level iwanta.tech/

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Ashley Mays

Finally learning graphs! I always felt like I'd never have enough time to learn it and that I'd never understand it. Now I know how to write a breadth first search and depth first search.

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Helitha Rupasinghe Author

Results dont lie. Alway's invest in yourself!

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Ninjeneer • Edited on

Building by my own a big platform (SaaS like) with a desktop webapp and a mobile app to allow bikers to manage their bike and service book

Check out pilot-plus.fr :)

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Helitha Rupasinghe Author

Nice app! 🤓

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shreevatsa

i am still a beginner i have achieved 7th rank in discords w3s server

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smithlinda15

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