re: What I've Learnt In 10 Years as a Developer VIEW POST


To be honest, I was a little skeptical of this article when you started. Thoughts like "SQL isn't real coding" unfairly ran through my head.
But you won me over with the bit about ignorance, your focus on TDD and quality, using the Socratic method, working with QA. These are the things I also believe/recommend.

Where you helped me is in the part about how being a contractor helps with companies who don't want to fix problems.

I'm also really happy you included the bit about alcohol.

Thanks for writing this; I hope many more people get to read it.


Apologies if you thought I meant "SQL isn't real coding", I don't think that at all. I'm glad you enjoyed the rest of it though.

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