Working with code written by someone else22,794 ViewsApr 10, 2019
The further you get with your coding journey, the more complex projects you'll do, and the more likely you are to work with code written by someone else. Transitioning from being 100% DIY, writing your own things from scratch, to working as part of a team or as a successor to a project started by others can be really hard. Mike Dane, a web developer from Philadelphia, has ten tips in ten minutes that could save you a headache when the time comes.
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