For years now I have been reading and writing JavaScript code blindly. How is that? I have taken stock in what results I get from Google and StackOverflow as the right answer to my question on how my code should operate in order to solve the problem. During this time, I have always wanted to know more about what this foreign language really was doing. Without knowing that, I would continue to rely on blind faith that what others recommended would be the answer I needed. Not long ago, I decided it was time to get down into the plumbing…

I have been seeing more and more articles being written about this imposter syndrome going on around the web development community of late. I have wondered where this came from. Has it always been there? Did it come to light lately with the wide use of social media? Who coined this phrase? I have so many questions with no answers. Why? Because there is no such thing as imposter syndrome.

Let me make sure I have my facts straight before I move forward with my hypotheses that there is no such thing as imposter syndrome when it comes to being…

Rob Simpson

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