Searching for code on Stack Overflow makes you a bad developer?

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Recently, I often get questions from university students like:

  • “My coding skill is not too bad, but I often have to search on Google for code references — even with basic functions of programming language, don’t know if it’s terrible?”
  • “I usually go to Stack Overflow to find solutions for my problems, so will I become a bad…

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Tam H. Doan

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Software Engineer, also a Runner and Guitarist.

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