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  2. He’s like an asian owen wilson 😂

  3. This is so true, i would purposefully write complicated code in order to show off to my friends, and after some time I don't understand my own code lmao

  4. "Your body will be destroyed into the shape of a chair" LMAO… I am a fucking chair he is right

  5. This is an awesome video! The best programmers/ developers I've worked with do three things exceptionally well which you have pretty much outlined. 1) They keep things simple and highly organized not just for themselves but, for others on the Dev team. 2) They very much understand that it is a TEAM they work on and actively collaborate not just to solve/ resolve issues/ bugs they are working on but share solutions they find. This is why daily stand-ups are so critical. 3) (not mentioned) COMMUNICATION – the best programmers are the ones that have learned to have open discussions, listen and not be shy about an issue they are stuck on. You can't be too prideful sitting there and not reach out for help wasting valuable time. This is highly inefficient and unproductive. Thanks for the video, stay safe and healthy!

  6. ::: pretty cool patrick – way to capitalize on your situation pulling in id estimate a cool $50m if you did it right – the binance contract is a bit of a stretch though do a tomochain contract as well – haha – i bought two million coins today – no one doubts you are a millionaire these days :::

  7. :;; pretty cool patrick – way to capitalize on your situation pulling in id estimate a cool $50m – the binance contract is a bit of a stretch though do a tomochain contract as well – haha :::

  8. Was put on my performance review as a programmer, 'Best self-contained employee that we have!'. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  9. 1. Take frequent breaks…
    4. Get in the zone and work 3 hours without a break…

  10. What is the best way to contact you about a product endorsement?

  11. :Your gonna have to spend time alone….. That's the biggest reason why I'm doing this job

  12. Habit number #9:
    Don't forget to wear your hoody, use a dark theme, and code in the basement; alone.

  13. 7:25, the concept of the "extremely arrogant programmers is extremely valid".

  14. Reposting for myself:

    1. Physically Demanding Activity — Exercise, Get Sunshine, Sit Straight (good posture), Take frequent breaks, drink fluids.
    2. "Get it Done" attitude — Keep your eye on the goal, Don't focus large periods of time on small bugs.
    3. Keep it Simple — Consistency, simplicity, understandable, don't over-engineer,
    4. Get in "The Zone" — make sure you have ~3 uninterrupted hours without distractions to focus.
    5. Always be learning — get out of your comfort zone.
    6. Collaboration — Team Sport, Ask for help from others, colleagues.
    7. Get used to Loneliness — Lonely Solo Activity. Get used to large amounts of time alone focusing on work.

    7 and 4 are sort of the same, but don't forget 6 is necessary and useful. Keep it simple (3), Get it done (2), and be sure to stay physically healthy with exercise, fluids, and frequent breaks (1). Keep Learning, explore, and get out of your comfort zone to grow as a programmer (5).

  15. this guy never stops even once

  16. Feels like this dude is drinking a beer while he's talkin to me.🤣😂😂

  17. Programming: the loneliest teamsport.

  18. Great video Sir, thankyou so much.

  19. Is there a blinkist version of this?

  20. The Forwago helped me to literally achieve the mindset I was trying to achieve. I am more focused on self-improvement and it helped me to build good habits. No matter what you want to achieve, the right mindset is the key. Would recommend it 1/1

  21. "Some will burnout and become data scientists and others will become managers because they don't know what they're doing" 🤣🤣

  22. Every day after work & on the weekends I hope to stick to mastering code & working on my side biz.

  23. Literally I can't stop laughing from the first minute

  24. Previously I use to refactor my code again and again in order to learn in how many ways I could get it done so for newbies or mid-level around 2-3 years of experience I would say you should refactor your code and ask your mate to review your code until you become good in it then leave refactor aside and focus on the main goal 😀

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