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Question: how to be PROFESSIONAL java software engineer/developer?

 
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Question: how to be PROFESSIONAL java software engineer/developer?
What do you mean by PROFESSIONAL(not amateur)? How to be PROFESSIONAL ?
 
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Knowing more than how to code - design, patterns, processes, working with others, etc.
 
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roger wong wrote:What do you mean by PROFESSIONAL(not amateur)? How to be PROFESSIONAL ?



Strictly speaking, the only difference between a professional and an amateur is that the former is paid, the latter is not.

Cheers!

Luke
 
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