Sunday, February 01, 2009

How DO You Get To Carnegie Hall?

I've mentioned Code Katas before, and practice, and I found this recently, from ORA, and while it wanders into general learning theory, it covers the idea that you need to practice code to get better, and that you need to be reviewing your code to see where you went wrong (rather like sports teams reviewing the game footage for pointers, or fighter pilots reviewing dogfight radar records).

So when you have a moment, try rewriting a small module of your current project, using a new data structure, or with only library functions.

(Also, a milestone for the blog - 100 posts!)

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