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I agree. The more you learn, the more you realize just how much there is left to learn. In my experience, really good programmers tend to be pretty humble when asked about their level of skill, because they know that there's myriads of they don't know.

People around me say that I'm a pretty good programmer. I don't. I just know that I have a long way ahead of me and I'm terrified that they will find that out :)

Cheers,
--Moodster


In reply to Re: Re: On Hubris by moodster
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