4 Mistakes I Made as a Programmer, but I Had To Become a CTO To See Them - Deepstash
1. The user is an idiot

The user is not an expert. My doc doesn't require me to know the difference between low-density and high-density lipoproteions. 

Don't assume user should know what kind of browser they u...

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4 Mistakes I Made as a Programmer, but I Had To Become a CTO To See Them

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2. My code is an Art and has to be Perfect

Clean code, unit tests, great documentation - these are undoubtedly important things. It's good to have the desire to be the Good Programmer.

But they can affect development speed. 

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3. I'll use 'X' for this project because I know it

In many cases, your next project is more or less similar to previous ones. It would make no sense to spend a lot of time learning new tech since you already have proven solutions. But sometimes, it...

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4. My product manager is wrong, I would do it better

It can be challenging to plan every detail of the project. 

From a product manager view you have to think about the limitations of the technology, you have to think about users who will ...

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Isn't only about technical skills, but more about to understand what is the value you can bring to the company and how to do it. 

A senior developer isn't someone wh...

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