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A great coder who doesn t emphasize readability is probably stuck at Level 3, but even that isn t usually the case. In my experience, the main reason people
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Part of maturing as a programming professional is developing an uncompromising sense of intellectual honesty. Intellectual honesty commonly manifests itself in several ways: Refusing to pretend you re an expert when you re not Readily admitting your mistakes Trying to understand a compiler warning rather than suppressing the message Clearly understanding your program not compiling it to see if it works Providing realistic status reports Providing realistic schedule estimates and holding your ground when management asks you to adjust them
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The first two items on this list admitting that you don t know something or that you made a mistake echo the theme of intellectual humility discussed earlier. How can you learn anything new if you pretend that you know everything already You d be better off pretending that you don t know anything. Listen to people s explanations, learn something new from them, and assess whether they know what they are talking about. Be ready to quantify your degree of certainty on any issue. If it s usually 100 percent, that s a warning sign.
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Any fool can defend his or her mistakes and most fools do. Dale Carnegie
Refusing to admit mistakes is a particularly annoying habit. If Sally refuses to admit a mistake, she apparently believes that not admitting the mistake will trick others into believing that she didn t make it. The opposite is true. Everyone will know she made a mistake. Mistakes are accepted as part of the ebb and flow of complex intellectual activities, and as long as she hasn t been negligent, no one will hold mistakes against her. If she refuses to admit a mistake, the only person she ll fool is herself. Everyone else will learn that they re working with a prideful programmer who s not completely honest. That s a more damning fault than making a simple error. If you make a mistake, admit it quickly and emphatically. Pretending to understand compiler messages when you don t is another common blind spot. If you don t understand a compiler warning or if you think you know what it means but are too pressed for time to check it, guess what s really a waste of time You ll probably end up trying to solve the problem from the ground up while the compiler waves the solution in your face. I ve had several people ask for help in debugging programs. I ll ask if they have a clean compile, and they ll say yes. Then they ll start to explain the symptoms of the problem, and I ll say, Hmmmm. That sounds like it would be an uninitialized pointer, but the compiler should have warned you about that. Then they ll say, Oh yeah it did warn about that. We thought it meant something else. It s hard to fool other people about your mistakes. It s even harder to fool the computer, so don t waste your time trying. A related kind of intellectual sloppiness occurs when you don t quite understand your program and just compile it to see if it works. In that situation, it doesn t really matter whether the program works because you don t understand it well enough to know whether it works or not. Remember that testing can only show the presence of errors, not their absence. If you don t understand the program, you can t test it thoroughly. Feeling tempted to compile a program to see what happens is a warning sign. It might mean that you need to back up to design or that you began coding before you were sure you knew what you were doing. Make sure you have a strong intellectual grip on the program before you relinquish it to the compiler.
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