Cheers guys.

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    @M1sf3t the second one
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    @M1sf3t you get better, but you probably won't become the coding wizard you think. You still have to be a problem solver, you just get better at reading the problem.
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    I find this very comforting. Most days lately I feel like an absolute idiot and as if I should just give up already. It's good to know that other people struggle too.
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    Kyle is a great JS instructor. Check his books If you are into JS.
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    I always have to laugh when people proclaim themselves to be a "senior" with absolute certainty.

    It's almost cute.

    There's this peak after working 1-3 years as a junior, where you feel like "Fuck yes, I know everything about this shit now, I DESERVE to be called a senior".

    And if you are in an interview, please use that confidence to land a good job, nothing wrong with a strong counterbalance to the imposter syndrome.

    But the reality is that it's only downhill into confusion from that point on, the paradox is that a true "senior" realizes that the rabbithole keeps winding deeper into unexplored territory.
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    @bittersweet I suppose that this type of people call themselves senior, because they want to be paid more than before. Not because of their level of experience.
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    Well, that doesn't make me feel better at all!
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    That actually makes me feel better.
    cuz no matter how much I learn I still feel like I don't know shit.
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    @bittersweet ”...nothing wrong with a strong counterbalance to the imposter syndrome...” 🍪😂
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    @M1sf3t to be honest I can understand 35% of my inline function declerations BECAUSE I use comments with things like @param
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    @hash-table can't wait until I know enough to answer technical questions 😅 I'm still at the "I know how to do it but I couldn't explain it to someone else" stage, haha.
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