It has been said that a thousand miles journey starts with a single step. So in case journey = becoming a better developer, then first step = DRY. DRY stands for Don’t Repeat Yourself. I see way too much copy-paste development around. This needs to stop. If you constantly copy-paste code around, you’re limiting yourself of becoming a better developer. Code duplication is evil, and it’s simply against common sense. So why do we do it? We do it probably because it’s easier, it doesn’t require us to think. When we stop thinking, our journey of becoming a better developer ends. Anyway, does anybody know how do you disable CTRL+C in VS :)?