3 Reasons Better JavaScript Won’t Improve Your Career

Simple advice for engineers

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The task seems easy enough. Get better at JavaScript or some other programming language, and your career is set. After years of wielding my coding sword, I found this to be false. While this topic is tough to swallow, I assure you that this article is not what you expect. And I hope my lessons help you.

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Founder of COFEBE, Inc. We build tools that make engineer’s jobs easier. https://www.cofebe.com

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James Williams

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Founder of COFEBE, Inc. We build tools that make engineer’s jobs easier. https://www.cofebe.com

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