In today's episode I answer the listener question, "What should a beginner like me work on?" Aside from being a better coder, where should you expand knowledge on? Thanks to today's sponsor, Harvest. Harvest is your time tracking tool built to save you...well, time. Visit getharvest.com and give it a try free for 30 days. After your trial, enter code TEATIME at checkout and save 50% off your first month.
In today's episode I respond to a listener question that came in from Dhruv, who asks, "What should a beginner like me work on?" Aside from being a better coder, where should you expand your knowledge?
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