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comment Is perfectionism a newbie's friend or enemy?
I also have a more personal and subjective question pertaining to this. I'm in graduate school for computer science, however, I still feel like a newbie and have done little development. Is it a good or bad idea to post code under my real name since employers may eventually see it, or should I continue to post code as my alias until I am comfortable with my skills? I'm not sure if it's better to have a history of a lot of code or to only show good code once I have some.
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accepted How to stay focused on learning a language with so many other possibilites?