The best advice I ever got

The super nice people over at InformIT[1. You may recall that they also recently asked me for my advice on good books for C# programmers. In the interests of full disclosure, I note that in my spare time I write and edit C# programming books for Addison-Wesley, which is owned by the same company that owns InformIT.] are running a series of short articles with the theme “the best advice I ever got”, which I think should prove to be an interesting series. They were kind enough to ask me to give an example of some good advice I got that helped my programming career, though as you’ll see it is not actually about programming at all.


Next time on FAIC: When is a cast not a cast?

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