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devmhd
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That moment when the CEO teaches you how "real programmers" spend 20% time in coding, and other 80% in writing company wikis, updating documentations and attending meetings.

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  • 5
    Doc as you go. No one else understands what you wrote or how it works. And when it doesn't work as expected... who's going to translate the code into English? Fine balance between nothing-written and images-included. Definitely have lived your pain though.
  • 4
    Yeah if a company wants a good developer they will allow the developer 80-90% coding time with only 10-20% for anything else. Meetings are a cancel for a company
  • 1
    ReadTheDocs
    makes it enjoyable
  • 0
    It's true though. For an experienced programmer it's "a simple matter of coding". The more important part of your job is thinking and communicating.

    Here's some blogs that I like to get you started in that way of thinking:
    https://steve-yegge.blogspot.de/
    https://blog.codinghorror.com/
    http://www.joelonsoftware.com/
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