A lot of good insights here. I definitely agree that being able to get unstuck once you've been stuck is one of the most important skills in coding. I've found it helps to develop a process for analyzing every inch of the code to figure out what's wrong with it.
@PsychoCod3r Yeah. Code reading is good. Testing and reading the (recent) commit history is also very valuable.
I really need to learn to use Git. The nice thing is you can interface directly with GitHub through it.
@PsychoCod3r Having a math(s) background, I found this really helpful in in understanding git: https://eagain.net/articles/git-for-computer-scientists/
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