I'm Colin Kierans, and I like to code.
I've been coding since high school, and doing it professionally since 2007. In that time I've made a lot of mistakes, had some great mentors, and Google a ton of stuff. All of those things have given me some insight into coding that I'd love to share.
Hopefully some of these tips resonate, and can make you not just a better coder, but a better person to code with. So much of learning to code is solo, and so much of programming in a professional setting is anything but. You'll have stakeholders, managers, graphic designers, junior devs, senior devs, office dogs, celestial horrors, and more. Maybe not that last one.