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Programmer (Unix, Windows, C, C++, PHP, etc.)

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reviewed Reject Two HTML elements with same id attribute: How bad is it really?
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answered Why do modern websites still insist on archaic username/password requirements?
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comment After years of working alone, other developers will finally see my (buggy) code. What should I do?
Embrace it. You are not perfect, nobody is. Pointing out your mistakes makes your code better and you better as a programmer if you learn from the experience. Own your mistakes, tell people "I know I am not perfect, please help me be better" and most people would gladly work with you. Yes, they will also hold you responsible for the mistakes, own this responsibility and work to fix what is wrong. Of course, this would only work if you genuinely try to be better, if you do not, people will figure it out fast.
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answered Code maintenance: To add comments in code or to just leave it to the version control?
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revised How can I test PHP skills in a interview?
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answered How can I test PHP skills in a interview?
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answered Is 100% code coverage a pipe dream?
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answered Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”