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Whether you are a recent computer science graduate or an older career-changer just out of a coding bootcamp, navigating your first year in tech can be challenging. To make sure you thrive in your first year in tech, one major factor is learning to accept the fact that you are going to have a steep learning curve. To put it simply, sometimes there is just so much coming at you, you are probably going to feel like an imposter that does not know anything.

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