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Levi Velรกzquez
Levi Velรกzquez

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Important Career Advice

Sometimes, you may hear about a tech guru telling how good he's using a specific technology or language and will try to force everybody to use it. This is a clear warning for me.

The reality, in Computer Science and Software Engineering, the more you know about something less is the understanding feeling. This is a process I describe using this simple chart.

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You start getting more knowledge, you'll become more confident, but at some point, you have enough knowledge that you may realize that same as Jon Snow, you know nothing :).

Isn't bad to tell about how good u are, but forcing other people to use your methods or using your knowledge to undermine others' opinions in a bad way is just very bad. This is very common when you have a guru-tech-boss and he doesn't allow anyone to question him or think differently.

Don't be that guru-tech-boss, don't stay close to those people. If you find one, probably he isn't an expert as he tells.

Just keep learning.

When someone asks what tech should be used, a real senior answer is depends

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