Six Common Enterprise Programming Mistakes

by Volker Weber

I remember my first few years of programming when I knew that I was going to always innovate, always create, never copy, and never need any help. Of course, I later found out that most of my clever "innovations" were poor solutions to well-understood problems, many with established "best-case" solutions. It's absurd to be so egotistical as to refuse to accept help when it's offered.

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