What are the top 10 software engineer things they don't teach you in school?

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    I'm assuming someone already put this, but MIT's "The Missing Semester of Your CS Education" is a GREAT resource - https://missing.csail.mit.edu

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  • ruby-science

    The reference for writing fantastic Rails applications

    Code smells. Ruby science is a good one for Ruby.

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