With the coming and passing of the predicated date of the Mayan apocalypse, I got to thinking about what kind of final advice I would leave the development world in the event of my untimely departure.
I suppose this is quite a strange thing to ponder given the circumstances, since if the world did indeed end there wouldn’t really be anyone to pass this advice onto anyway. Also, given that I am writing this blog post now, it would already be too late.
Regardless, it got me thinking about the little things I have learned in my development career that might be helpful to others.
So without further adieu, if I could only leave one blog post to the future generation of developers, here is what it would be.
1. Break things into small tasks
This might seem like a strange thing to put at number one.
I mean really…
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