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[KIT] How to Become a Good Programmer

Programming these days have become an interesting topic that everyone discusses. There are a lot of people who want to become good programmers to fulfill their passion such as build applications for both website and mobile applications. However, it’s not easy as you think to become good or expert at it. So, here are some tips to improve yourself as a good programmer.

1. Remind what and how much you have to learn

The first step in understanding something is to realize that it is not understood to you. That sounds simple, but seasoned programmers know how long this personal presumption took to resolve it. Too many computer science students graduate with an arrogance that they’ve known everything and that any new work colleague has an overwhelming need to prove it. In other words, they assumed that they know clearly what they have to do. The mentality of learning something new can get in the way.

2. Stop trying to prove yourself right

You must learn from experience to become great, not just decent. The experience will teach us to repeat poor behavior and to build bad habits, so be careful. We all met programmers with eight years of experience… the same year of experience, eight times replicated.

To admire its wonderfulness, inexperienced software developers look at their code. They write checks to show that, instead of attempting to make it fail, their code works. Very great programmers are constantly searching for where they are wrong, so they know that users will inevitably discover the bugs they have overlooked.

3. When the code work doesn’t mean you finished

The first move is always to write quality software that complies with the requirements. At that point, average programmers leave and move on to the next thing.

But stopping once “done” is like taking a snapshot and believing it to be a piece of art. Great programmers realize that only the first iteration is the first iteration. Well, it’s working but you’re not done. Make it better now.

4. Do it not just for assignments

There are also benefits of working on personal programming tasks. For one thing, it provides you with a way to learn tools and technology that are not accessible at your current work, but that makes you more marketable for the next. You will develop tech skills and self-confidence, whether you contribute to an open-source project or take on pro-bono work with a local community group.

Another benefit of writing code for fun is that it makes you on your own to find out stuff. You can’t leave someone else with the hard stuff, because it stops you from asking for help too much.

5. Work together with other programmers

Listening to other people helps. This may mean programming in pairs, or going to a hackathon, or joining a programming user community. Pay attention to the input you get from users and from other developers when you contribute to an open-source project. In their critique, what commonalities do you see?

You may be fortunate enough to find a personal mentor you can trust to direct you through everything from coding strategies to career choices. These chances, don’t waste them.

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