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Lessons for beginners and junior developers after 11 years of coding. Some of these are things I wish I knew at the beginning so I could stress less.

Let's jump into it.

All tutorials are not created equal

Imagine yourself as a lab rat.
As you learn and experiment, pay attention to the kinds of tutorials that work for you. Many will not work. That’s fine. In fact, that’s exactly how experiments work until you find a solution.
After you strike gold, stick to it, consume it voraciously and then find similar tutorials like that to continue rapid growth.
When I started, I used to bang my head against Head First Java, the book. But after studying for many hours, I just wasn’t getting anywhere. Yet, everyone online said it was the best book ever. But an old java youtube tutorials did it for me.
I wish I could say this stopped after my 1st year.
Fast forward 2 years down the line when I started learning algorithms and ALL the blog tutorials I followed just didn’t make sense until I watched Youtube videos on Hungarian folk dance teaching algorithms.
And it just clicked.
Since then, my approach to learning has been to learn the same thing from multiple places until I find the instructor and style that works for me.

Work within fear; not against it

I’ll admit: this one is easier than done.
But you have to master this if you want to last long.
There’s this temptation to fix your fear first before you continue to learn. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work like that.
In fact, you’ll spend a lot of time trying to make your fear disappear that it’ll only double your anxiety. You have to find a way – your way – to acknowledge that you’re afraid, and frankly will continue to be afraid for a long time, then work within that realization. No need to fight it.
Sometimes, this fear disappears as you become more proficient.
Other times, it vanishes for a while and comes back when you get into a new environment, work with smart people, or move to a completely new stack.
It’s okay.
This IS the life.
It’s a sinusoidal wave – endlessly going up and down. Don’t take it too seriously or you’ll lose yourself.

You’ll forget a lot of things

Deeply understanding this will change how you learn.
I can’t can’t the number of times I took Introduction to Python programming on Udacity, Coursera, etc and still forgot everything.
It’s so annoying.
But I’ve since learned that you’ll forget anything you learn in isolated exercises because they are stored in short term memory. Neuroscience research shows that this is just how the brain works.
If you don’t want to forget, test your knowledge using spaced repetitions. To do this, build projects.
I’ll give you a concrete example: len(myList) will give you the length of a list in Python. You’ll learn this in Udacity’s intro course.
Come back a month later and you might not remember if it’s len, length() or myList.size( ).
But with spaced repetition through a project, the outcome is different. For example, you work on a 2-month long Django app for new coders where you need to count multiple times the number of users, the number of exercises done, the number of chats, etc. Imagine doing this throughout the span of the project, for two months. it’s hard to forget what len( ) does.
This is a trivial example, but hopefully you get the idea.
New learners can start with simple, isolated examples.
But if you’re not practicing within the scope of a project that makes you use and reuse what you’ve learned, nothing is going into your long term memory; it’s all short-term. And you’ll forget.

Consistency > hard work

Consistency is king.
When you start learning, you lay down neural pathways that make it easier to retrieve information. According to Neuroscience research, these pathways only get strong through frequency of use, not just intensity.
This means 30 minutes a day, for 5 days a week is way better than 2.5 hours one day, only once a week.
Same hours; Different impact.
Don’t just work hard, apply wisdom here.

Talent = hidden practice

It’s easy to dismiss progress as talent.
My first programming class was in C++ and my classmates refused to believe I had never coded before because I was just-so-talented.
But what they also refused to accept was that right after class, I would spend five hours typing cout << “this is my first program”, realize it didn’t run because I forgot a semicolon; retype it and realize it didn’t print out my statement on a new line because I didn’t add endl.
This deliberate practice built perceived talent.
Talent is sexier than hustle so no one wants to hear that you worked hard and got here. Just tell me you were born this way - it’s more believable.
But becoming a proficient developer is like playing an instrument.
Only a tiny few are born talented.
The majority can only get as good as the amount of practice they put in. And you can immediately tell a student hasn’t been practicing the moment they sit at the keyboard.

You’ll meet a**holes

I’m not sure what it is about this field that attracts a**holes. Maybe because coding gives the feeling of having a super-power or a rare skill.
If you’re a newbie, you’ll meet those who’ve been coding for years and think no one else should come in.
A windows developer only? You’ll meet linux fanatics that think you’re mediocre.
If you’re a woman, you’ll immediately be dismissed because of your gender. I know this from personal stories from colleagues over the years.
If you’re a minority, you’ll meet people who think you should only fetch coffee; not code.
If you’re coming from another field (particularly not STEM), you’ll meet people who automatically make themselves gatekeepers of the programming community. “We don’t want social scientists here; we’re purists!”
They’re online. At work. And sadly sometimes in your family.
It’s not if you’ll meet them, it’s when.
Learn to move on.
Things are getting better but there’s still a lot to do to educate people.
But don’t let this deter you. Build your resilience so you don’t quit after you meet these people.
And when you get to the top don't be an a**hole.

Master 1 thing

New devs tend to jump around learning a lot of things.
Okay, it’s not just new devs; it’s also experienced folks.
You learned React for one week.
Then Django for two weeks.
Laravel for three.
Stop.
You need to wake up and realize that the harsh truth is that you’re simply extending the time it’ll take you to truly learn anything.
“If one is a master of one thing and understands one thing well, one has at the same time, insight into and understanding of many things.” - Vincent Van Gogh
Pick one thing.
Stick with it for a few months – ideally 6 to 12 months before you move to something else.
This has two benefits:
  1. You’ll go deep enough and hit critical mass that moves you towards mastery.
  2. After you master one domain, you can transfer knowledge to another.Learn Flask and you can easily walk into Django. Learn React deeply, and you can quickly identify the pros and cons of Laravel within a few days.

Software dev is an ever evolving field.

It’s exciting.
It’s frustrating.
It’s intimidating.
But if I had to, I’d do it all over again.

Thanks for reading

If you have any questions, let me know.
I’m trying out a new initiative to help new developers feel less overwhelmed and learn smarter.
To be honest, I’m not sure what this looks like yet. But I’m putting together some resources and write-ups based on what people need the most help with.
If you’re interested, I’m @LifeTechPsych on Twitter. Feel free to DM me what you’d need help with.
Heads up - I love research so I tend to back my advice and approach with concepts from Behavioral Psychology and Neuroscience.

Edit: removed mention of old java youtube tutorial I used back in the day but I see is now discouraged.
Edit 2: This blew up more than I expected. I'll do my best to get to all questions and DMs. There are interesting questions about tutorials and studying patterns that I think others will benefit from so I'll shoot to write posts in the future that specifically address those. The Learning never stops! Let's go!!
Edit 3: I initially didn't link to my blog post with images. But another blog copy-pasted this poorly and w/o credit. So here goes a proper blog post.
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Here goes:
BROWSERS🌏🌐🌎
  1. BRAVE
  2. BROMITE
  3. ICE RAVEN, this is a fork of the firefox browser with extra ad-ons
  4. FENIX, this too is a Firefox fork Fenix is the all-new Firefox for Android browser, based on GeckoView and Mozilla Android Components. (Thanks to u/anonymous-bot for pointing this out)
  5. FOSS BROWSER, A simple web browser with all those basic features, the only con is that this browser gets its updates at a slow pace
  6. SMART COOKIE WEB
  7. DUCKDUCKGO
  8. UN GOOGLED CHROMIUM
APP STORES🔖🎁
  1. F-DROID, and its clients. Like FOXY DROID
  2. AURORA STORE and AURORA DROID, this link will take you to auroraoss download section from where you can download both Aurora store(Playstore client without google tracking) and aurora droid(F-droid client). Auroraoss site has been fixed :)
FIREWALL AND AD BLOCKERS 🛡🔥🛡
  1. NETGUARD
  2. ADAWAY
  3. BLOKADA
  4. AFWall +
  5. RETHINK, DNS + FIREWALL
AUTOMATION 💣🔫 EASER
CALCULATORS📓∞¼
  1. NCALC+, this calculator has everything, from a scientific calculator to converters. Also a simple dark and light mode
  2. CALCULATOR ++
CALENDARS and CAMERA📷📆
  1. ETAR
  2. SIMPLE CALENDAR
  3. OPEN CAMERA
  4. SIMPLE CAMERA
  5. HEDGECAM 2, playstore link
SOCIAL MEDIA CLIENTS🌸🌷🍀🍄
  1. SLIDE FOR REDDIT
  2. INFINITY FOR REDDIT
  3. TWIDERE FOR TWITTER
  4. BARINSTA FOR INSTAGRAM, previously known as Instagrabber. Dev---u/austinhuang
  5. FROST FOR FACEBOOK
  6. REDDITORIA FOR REDDIT playstore link
PDF AND DOCUMENT STUFF📑📃
  1. LIBRERA READER
  2. MuPDF VIEWER
  3. COLLABORA OFFICE playstore link
  4. BOOK READER
FILE MANAGERS📁📂
  1. AMAZE
  2. DIR
  3. MATERIAL FILES
  4. GHOST COMMANDER, playstore link.
OFFLINE FILE SHARING
TREBLE SHOT
FLASHLIGHTS🔦💡
SIMPLE FLASHLIGHT
FLASHY
Dont worry, these flashlights dont ask or seek for funny permissions
GALLERY🌈🌌🌠
  1. LEAFPIC
  2. SIMPLE GALLERY
  3. CAMERA ROLL, its abandoned but works well and free of bugs
KEYBOARDS🔲🔳🔟❔
  1. HACKER’S KEYBOARD
  2. BEHE KEYBOARD, this one is good for programmers
  3. SIMPLE KEYBOARD
  4. OPEN BOARD
  5. ANYSOFT KEYBOARD playstore link
LAUNCHERS🚀🔥💫
  1. LAUNCHAIR
  2. KISS LAUNCHER
  3. PAPER LAUNCHER
  4. OPEN LAUNCHER
  5. ROOTLESS PIXEL LAUNCHER
  6. POSIDON LAUNCHER
  7. BLISS LAUNCHER
  8. EMERALD LAUNCHER
  9. ESSENTIAL LAUNCHER
MAILS📧📬
  1. K-9 MAIL
  2. FAIR EMAIL
  3. PROTON MAIL playstore link
MAPS AND NAVIGATION🌎🚥✈
  1. OSM
  2. TRANSPORTR
  3. PRIVATE LOCATION
MEDIA FRONTENDS🎥📹
  1. NEWPIPE
  2. SKY TUBE
MESSAGING📬📩
  1. CONVERSATIONS
  2. SILENCE
  3. PIX ART MESSENGER
  4. TELEGRAM playstore link
  5. WIRE
  6. SIGNAL
SMS📨📩
  1. PULSE SMS- Can’t tell how long this will last. It has been taken over by Maple Media. F-droid repo for public view is now not available
  2. QK SMS
  3. SIMPLE SMS
MUSIC PLAYER🎷🎧🎶
  1. ODYSSEY
  2. VANILLA MUSIC
  3. PHONOGRAPH
  4. VINYL MUSIC PLAYER
  5. MUSIC PLAYER GO Dev-- u/enricodortenzio
PODCAST📢📣
  1. ANTENNA POD
  2. AUDIO ANCHOR
  3. ESCAPE POD
NOTE TAKING APPS📗📘✏
  1. OMNI NOTES
  2. SCARLET NOTES
  3. CARNET
  4. SIMPLE NOTES
  5. NOTEBUDDY
  6. MARKOR
  7. UNOTE
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  1. MINIMAL TODO
  2. TO DO LIST
  3. OPEN TASKS
  4. TASK. ORG
  5. 1LIST
PASSWORD AND AUTHENTICATION🔑🔒
  1. FREE OTP
  2. KEEPASS DX
  3. AEGIS
  4. BIT WARDEN playstore link
MISCELLANEOUS✏✃🔨🔑
  1. FORCASTIE, This is a weather app
  2. NEXT CLOUD, its an android client to access the next cloud server
  3. RUN IN BACKGROUND PERMISSION SETTER, to stop background apps from running. REQUIRES ROOT
  4. SUPERFREEZZ, to freeze apps from running in background. NO NEED ROOT
  5. APP MANAGER, this app is like ‘SKIT’ for managing apps.
  6. SHELTER, This helps in isolating big brother apps, using multiple accounts.
  7. DOWNLOAD NAVI, this is a download manager
  8. MPV , a video player
  9. VLC, its a media player
  10. ARIA2 APP playstore link, this too is an open source download manager
  11. LIBRETORRENT playstore link, for torrenting
  12. PROTON VPN playstore link
  13. BINARY EYE, its an open source barcode scanner
  14. QR and BARCODE SCANNER
  15. SNIPPET playstore link, its like an auto-text app
  16. APP LOCK
  17. STINGLE PHOTOS, playstore link, a gallery which can store your images and videos on cloud. Yep, somewhat like google photos
  18. MUZEI, A live wallpaper app for android
  19. WARDEN, this is for scanning app trackers.
?? There’s no link to warden here!! lol, I know....
Go back to the section ‘APP STORES’, tap on the aurora store and aurora droid link, warden will be there in the download section of aurora oss
EDIT: (SUGGESTED APPS TAKEN FROM THE COMMENTS) 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
MAILS📧@:
  1. TUTANOTA--- u/Kosty4
  2. CRIPTEXT playstore link---u/prvnpete
  3. CTEMPLAR playstore link---u/prvnpete
  4. SIMPLE LOGIN, This is an anti-spam Email Hero. ---u/MAXIMUS-1
SOCIALMEDIA CLIENT🌺🌹🌻:
  1. RED READER for reddit---u/Kangburra
  2. DAWN FOR REDDIT---u/felixalguzman
  3. TWIRE, open source twitch client---u/winterberryco
  4. SHITTER, twitter client---u/sawgrim
  5. FEDILAB, Fedilab is a multi-accounts client for Mastodon, Pleroma, Peertube, GNU Social, Friendica and Pixelfed---u/sawgrim
MEDIA 🎥📼◀▶:
  1. TUBELAB, a peertube client---u/sawgrim
  2. THORIUM, a peertube client---u/sawgrim
  3. KODI---u/MuntasimF
  4. STREMIO---u/prvnpete
  5. JELLYFIN---u/krypt8x
  6. VANCED---u/PugLife43vr
MISCELLANEOUS✂📌✒✏:
  1. WARDEN, thanks to u/rak-rak for providing the gitlab link for Warden.
  2. GEOMETRIC WEATHER, playstore link ---u/xenyz
  3. KDE CONNECT, to connect and share files, clipboard, etc between pc and android---u/thebottle
  4. WALLABAG, save web pages and read them later offline---u/thebottle
  5. TRANSDROID, a torrent client---u/thebottle
  6. TERMUX, android terminal---u/thebottle
  7. VOICE, a minimal audio book player ---u/celiomsj
  8. QR SCANNER---u/Boob_Preski
  9. DEC SYNC, It lets you create local CalDAV and CardDav accounts (for Calendar and Contacts) and sync them to a local directory.---u/rat_tat_2_e
  10. RADICALE, storage plug-in for DecSync---u/rat_tat_2_e
  11. EVOLUTION plugin for DecSync---u/rat_tat_2_e
  12. SPARSS, to sync RSS without a server using DecSync---u/rat_tat_2_e
  13. FEED READER, Modern desktop application designed to complement existing web-based RSS accounts---u/rat_tat_2_e
  14. DSUB---u/ladfrombrad
  15. AOSP DIALER site: cs android---u/LuckyLeague
  16. AOSP CONTACTS site: cs android---u/LuckyLeague
  17. JITSI MEET, a zoom alternative---u/krypt8x
  18. SYNCTHING, p2p encrypted cross-device file sync service ---u/krypt8x
  19. CRYPTEE, encrypted storage for photos, files etc---u/krypt8x
  20. WIREGUARD, an open source vpn ---u/thebottle
  21. VECTORIFY DA HOME, a very minimal wallpaper app to customize your homescreen. Doesnt need an internet connection because wallpapers are not downloaded instead we can create our own with a mixture of colors and simple icons. And If Im not wrong u/enricodortenzio is the developer of this cool stuff. Give it a go
  22. RYWALL, open source wallpaper app---u/t-ryder203x
  23. NCALC LIBRE, open source calculator with various functions---u/644c656f6e
  24. YET ANOTHER CALL BLOCKER---u/sawgrim
  25. DROWSER, app killer, Requires ROOT---u/sawgrim
  26. LOOP HABIT TRACKER---u/winterberryco
  27. RxDROID, reminds you of your medication schedules---u/winterberryco
  28. PERIODICAL, period calendar for ladies---u/winterberryco
  29. DRIP, period tracker with password protection---u/winterberryco
  30. LOG28, a simple no-frills period tracker---u/winterberryco
  31. OandBackupX, a backup manager for android---u/sawgrim
  32. PRIMITIVE FTPD, open source ftp server---u/ThrowAway237s
  33. VIGILANTE, Android security (camera/microphone indicator dots). DEV: u/CraZy_LegenD ---u/sawgrim
  34. TESSERCUBE, Communicate via OpenPGP in any app--- u/NormieMcNormerson
  35. TEXTFAIRY, an OCR app---u/sawgrim
  36. IMAGES-TO-PDF, this app can convert images to a pdf file---u/sawgrim
  37. TACHIYOMI, an open source manga and comics reader
  38. TACHIYOMI J2K, a fork of tachiyomi with extra features and enhancements---u/sawgrim
  39. FEED WATCHER, a feed scanner app for android---u/sawgrim
  40. FITO TRACK, a fitness tracker for android---u/sawgrim
  41. GADGET BRIDGE, A free and cloudless replacement for your gadget vendors' closed source Android applications---u/sawgrim
  42. IMAGEPIPE, Reduces image size and removes exif-tags when sharing images on android devices---u/sawgrim
  43. EASYOPENLINK, Android app which makes it easy to open links from text documents via the share function---u/sawgrim
  44. TAPTAP, Port of the double tap on back of device feature from Android 11 to any Android 7.0+ device---u/sawgrim
PASSWORD AND AUTHENTICATION🔒🔑🔓:
  1. KEEPASS2 ANDROID---u/_Samii_
  2. andOTP---u/superpippo17
  3. AUTHY---u/prvnpete
  4. MASTER PASSWORD --- u/masterblaster0
FIREWALL AND AD BLOCKER🛡🔥:
  1. DNS66 ---u/Jac0b_0
  2. PERSONAL DNS FILTER---u/Infinityseeker
  3. ORBOT playstore link---u/zmoliu
BROWSERS🌏🌐🌍:
  1. FIREFOX (playstore link)---u/_Samii_
  2. KIWI BROWSER ---u/thebottle
  3. PRIVACY BROWSER, (slow updates, last updated in the month of august)---u/Sirbesto
  4. TOR BROWSER playstore link--- u/yaboyjb311
GAMES🎮🎲⚽:
  1. SOLITAIRE---u/urcosmo
  2. OPEN GEMMY playstore link---u/urcosmo
LAUNCHERS🚀🌚⭐:
  1. OLAUNCHER---u/AimHrimKleem
  2. SHADE LAUNCHER playstore link---u/AimHrimKleem
  3. SLIM LAUNCHER ---u/cameos
  4. BALD PHONE, this launcher is for elderly people ---u/cameos
  5. AOSP LAUNCHER 3 site: cs android---u/LuckyLeague
  6. LIBRECHAIR, launchair fork with non-foss part removed (alpha)---u/krypt8x
  7. TINY BIT LAUNCHER a kiss launcher fork---u/Sirbesto
MESSAGING✉📄✏:
  1. TELEGRAM FOSS, an unoffical FOSS version of telegram with those proprietary garbage removed---u/samyak039
  2. AOSP MESSAGING site: cs android---u/LuckyLeague
  3. FORKGRAM, a telegram client with some extra features and google stuffs removed
KEYBOARDS🎹:
  1. IRREGULAR EXPRESSIONS ---u/mfllc
  2. FLORIS KEYBOARD, Its in its alpha stage and has a lot of customizations--- u/sawgrim
PODCAST📣🔊:
  1. TSACDOP playstore link---u/MarblesinthePan
NOTE TAKING APPS📕✏:
  1. JOPLIN---u/thebottle and u/IAMAHobbitAMA
  2. STANDARD NOTES---u/krypt8x
MUSIC PLAYERS🎧🎻🎵:
  1. METRO, this is the fork of Retro music player with the pro versions unlocked ---u/MuntasimF
  2. TIMBER ---u/Confident_Love
  3. TIMBER X---u/Confident_Love
  4. CANAREE---u/Confident_Love
  5. SHUTTLE---u/Confident_Love
  6. AOSP MUSIC +, playstore link
GALLERY: 💐🌸
  1. AOSP GALLERY site: cs android---u/LuckyLeague
  2. PHIMP ME, a gallery with some advanced photo editing features, careful...this app can be unstable at times--- u/Petomeansfart
F-DROID REPO:
IzzyOnDroid- u/nlygamz
DOCUMENTS AND STUFFS📄📝:
  1. ONLY OFFICE, a free and open source office and productiviy suite- u/uaos
  2. PDF VIEWER, a secure pdf viewer that does not require any permissions---u/sawgrim
  3. KOREADER, an ebook reader supporting pdf, epub, fb2 and many other formats--- u/emacsomancer
MAPS AND NAVIGATION:
  1. POSITIONAL, a gps and a time information app with some fluid animations and a minimal UI--- u/Hamza417 (DEV)
  2. OPEN MULTIMAPS, a simple client to view maps from OpenStreetMaps---u/sawgrim
A friend of mine made a list as well that contains open source applications, there are some apps here in his list which isn’t available in my post. And instead of listing them one by one here’s the LINK to his list, it will lead you to github. This is him: u/Petomeansfart
There is this blog that might be useful for some app developers who are interested in improving thier apps’ security. This software works somewhat like AppSec SKEN AI BLOG--- u/ervisaddison
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