re: What's the best career decision you've ever made? VIEW POST

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I feel a bit stupid to say that but just being friendly, open and true to my coworkers has opened opportunities for my future by creating solid connections.

Also, I've challenged myself with personal projects, thanks to them I've a portfolio to show when I apply to new jobs. That's said, weirdly, not a lot of developers I know have projects to show.

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