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Terrible at coding, desperately trying to be a good coder :)
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Working on someone else's code
@Buhb Even I am thinking that its my code when I am working and what makes me think that the code doesn't belong to me is the fact that, when I try to modify one feature, it tends to affect a feature else where. So technically I am responsible for this mess. I am not that experienced to say that the previous programmer's work is good or bad. But I am not expecting any other feature to change, when I am working on modifying a particular feature. As a starter/rookie developer, this is where I am experiencing the most difficulty and I am trying different ways to tackle that.