Quotes for real programmers !!

Welcome to GUVI Blogs from Team GUVI.  Today, we are bringing you some handmade quotes that can help motivate a programmer or two.  We always believe that programmers also need a lot of motivation and inspiration to achieve greatness in their programming careers.  So here you go on some of our thoughts. 1440_Programmer Table

  • “Programming is a rhythm game, the more you are in rhythm, the better output you would produce”
  • “A refactor a day keeps technical debt away”
  • “A tired programmer is a stupid programmer”
  • “A good programmer is one who can think of many different solutions to a coding problem and applies the best solution to that problem”
  • “Code is like an art, the more artistic approach you take to build it, the more beautiful it will be”
  • “The best time to review your code is NOW, don’t delay it”
  • “Your code is like your girlfriend, the more you take care of it, the less it will bug you”
  • “Code should be so expressive that comments should not be needed to understand the code”
  • “Bad code is like diesel engine, it has high maintenance costs.  Good code is like petrol engine, it has low maintenance costs”
  • “Code is an art and the programmer is an artist, it all depends on the artist on how beautiful he wants his / her art to be.  The more effort he puts in, the more beautiful the code will be”
  • “Programmer is not an individual entity, he is part of an entire software team that is doing something meaningful.”
  • “A good programmer will always have a desire to get better and better, to code better and better as day progresses”
  • “Once you understand the programming concepts, learning a new programming language is not difficult.  But it takes time to master a new language”

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