Bad architecture causes more problems than bad code.
You will spend more time thinking than coding.
The best programmers are always building things.
There’s always a better way.
Code reviews by your peers will make all of you better.
Fewer features for better code is always the right answer in the end.
If it’s not tested, it doesn’t work.
Don’t reinvent the wheel, library code is there to help.
Code that’s hard to understand is hard to maintain.
Code that’s hard to maintain is next to useless.
Always know how your business makes money, that determines who gets paid what.
If you want to feel important as a software developer, work at a tech company.