A* Interview #11: Jon Skeet, All-Time Highest Reputation StackOverflow User

My top two lessons from Jon:

1) Most mistakes come from users not understanding their data

2) Great communication comes from a whole lot of practice, and it really pays off in your career

Some links:

Watch Jon’s screen casts

Read Jon’s blog

Read some reasons why Jon Skeet is the Chuck Norris of coding

Follow Jon on Twitter

And finally, go buy “C# in Depth”!

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