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10 Ways to "Stay on Top"

If you consider yourself a good programmer, great! But is this going to hold true, two years, five years from now? If you are not going to learn new things, I can safely say that you’re going to be “out of date.”

If you want to stay still, you have to continue moving: being a good programmer means learning new things constantly.

Here are 10 Ways to Learn New Things by Philosophical Geek. Follow at least some of these and I think you’ll be covered.

1. Read books.2. Read Code.3. Write Code – Lots of it.4. Talk to other developers.5. Teach others.6. Listen to podcasts7. Read blogs8. Learn a new language9. Learn the anti-patterns10. Be Humble

Reference10 Ways to Learn New Things in Development | Philosophical Geek

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