Five Tips For Developing Awesome Software

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Next week, I’ll be sending out a special series called Five Tips For Developing Awesome Software. This series will be sent out daily via email to list subscribers, and will include five things I’ve learned that will help boost your software development skills.

Why am I making you sign up for the tips? Because improving software development skills is something that takes action; the act of signing up means you’re more likely to read, consider and implement the details. It’s like making a New Year’s Resolution without telling anyone: without accountability or action, it’s just wishful thinking. Plus, when I’m done, I’ll keep sending out a tip once each week on how you can continue perfecting the art of software development.

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