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    Stackoverflow made me who I am.
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    @RustyCookie 😂😂😂😉😉😉
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    I once had a colleague who copied everything from the internet. He was even too lazy to refactor the comments. He makes 13.000€ a month.

    Think about.......
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    do you know what your code does?
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    There is no difference... even coding offline is just copy pasting from memory.

    The important question: How big are your copy-paste chunks?

    Smaller bits correspond with higher proficiency, because it allows you to compose those little snippets in creative ways.

    If you have to paste big chunks because you don't understand their internals, you have to force incompatible things, and when you force things they will break.
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    @arjaycodes do you???😂😂😉😉
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    @burningcandle - I believe that in this day's era, it's a tad too much to be proficient in a multitude of languages. If one is good with concepts and *aware* that a particular task can be completed using a particular tool, leverage the internet to get it done. Over a point, there isn't much to gain in deep diving into a particular topic (say a programming language). I believe in learn-as-you-go approach.

    If your copy pasta colleague is potent enough to understand what exactly he's copy pasting, then I don't see too much of a problem.

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    @devIruu of course
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