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Start your side project while your learning to code

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    It’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot as an experienced developer.

    I struggle with creating “simple” MVPs because my brain sees all these potential issues and software architecture violations and this pushes me to constantly rewrite code and spend more time on things than needed.

    So it seems like the perfect time to start your side project is when you’ve learned a bit of code but aren’t an expert yet.

    It’s the period where you still get energy from reaching the finish line instead of getting energy from streamlining the journey.

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