++ on "Let others read your code
There are PLENTY of good folks here that will critique your code for you. The key is to not take it too seriously. It's often not a personal attack, and folks can be VERY passionate about THEIR way. You know what they say about advice? Take it or leave it, it's free.
So take what others have to say, see if it fits into your way of thinking and have at it. Keep learning along the way, and you can't help but pick up good habits.
Very funny Scotty... Now PLEASE beam down my PANTS!
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