re: 25 Tips for New Developers: Advice from a (Mostly) Self-Taught Software Engineer VIEW POST

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So amazingly written with simple yet powerful points that every developer can follow. Loved it so much, Just shared it on Reddit too:)

 

Thanks for sharing! Wow are the comments toxic over there -- I haven't done much on Reddit but I wanted to see the discussion since its doing well. The attitudes are insane!

 

Yes, take a look. Your thread that I shared is the top trending thread on Programming subreddit. Almost 90k views and 350 comments. Insane. I lobe both Dev.to and Reddit.

 

I agree with a lot of points in your post, but the top comment on r/programming for this article, though bearing a toxic undertone, is a really good advice

Tip #0: Don't take anyone else's advice too seriously. Most people give advice to validate their own choices and do not really take into account others' experiences, values, and struggles.

... with a huge emphasis on too seriously!

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