Whenever I have to use anything new, I just follow the requirements - Googling through the whole way, rather than doing a course first. I get really insecure if someone asks whether 'Best Practices' has been used. Sometimes I wonder where would I be without Google and SO. I don't even wanna talk about Maths. I suck at that.

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    Best Practices is a term I avoid like the plague. You're either writing algorithmically sound code or you aren't, the rest is just following project conventions. There isn't a bucket of magic Band-Aids that will make your code not shit.

    Tl;Dr focus on writing good code and filter out the noise.
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