Part 1: Please don’t take this seriously, but this article might hurt your feelings

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Although there are many types of programmers in the world working in the programming field, everyone is working with different languages and platforms.

In this article, I have categorized them in some types, Obviously in a fun way.

And among them, we don’t have our high school teacher who taught…

Carpet is not a car, JavaScript is not Java

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Here are 10 misconceptions people often believe.

1. Programmers have to remember and write every line of code

When I just started university, most of my classmates were like, ‘No way I can learn programming, I can’t memorize all those lines. My memory is too bad to remember things’. And now, after all those years, finally I understand it’s not about…

We all did this, I guess, but that's how we all started to grow.

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1. Using personal names as variable and 'my' as prefix

I remember about my friends and me what we did when we just started our coding life. We would use our name, our pet name, names of everything around us as variable names. Like, int denial, tom, Stephan;

Some are more creative; they use,

“myString”, “myClass”, “myArray”

Now I understand…

These ways can make your life better even if you are not a programmer.

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When you start coding, you don’t become a programmer, but when you start thinking and doing things logically, and make the computer do the task you want to do, that’s what makes a programmer. Programming is just not about memorizing the syntax and writing line by line.

Steve Jobs said…

Thank you but stay away from me with your million dollar Idea

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Programmers are not all that different from anyone else. We appreciate it when people respect the complexity of our work, give us enough time to finish the project, and give us the space we really need to do our best.

But yet some people are totally unreasonable to deal with…

You will most probably suck in programing if you have these signs.

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First of all, if you are confused about whether you should learn to program, then programming is not for you. As you will pass years searching for questions about either you should learn or not. But then some people are already into programming but aren’t sure if they can make…

Upside down tree is a thing. And it’s a pretty big deal.

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There are many things that are weird to normal people but normal to programmers because of the depth of their vast knowledge in technical areas.

Here are some silly things which you might do not know if you are not a programmer.

1. Upside down tree

If you are not a programmer, you would…

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