1. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
2. Be open. Realize there may be criticism. Consider it feedback and try not to take it personally. (Not always easy, I know!)
3. Keep learning ~ get your hands on any references or resources you can...books, manuals, websites, magazines, seminars, forums such as this one, network with others in the office or at local meetings, etc. Keep up on what is going on in the coding world. It's always changing! That's the fun and challenging part!
P.S. Don't forget #1
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