3 Habits to Build for Improving Your Logic & Programming Skills (START THESE) 🔥🔥

Tips to build and improve logic building in programming: In this video, we will see how to approach a problem from scratch. This video will teach you how to build logic in programming.

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3 Habits to Build for Improving Your Logic & Programming Skills (START THESE) 🔥🔥

3 Habits to Build for Improving Your Logic & Programming Skills (START THESE) 🔥🔥

Tips to build and improve logic building in programming: In this video, we will see how to approach a problem from scratch. This video will teach you how to build logic in programming.

#programming #developer

3 Habits to Build for Improving Your Logic & Programming Skills (START THESE) 🔥🔥

How to Build Logic in Programming | Tips to Improving Logic Building in Programming

To be a better programmer, learning just the syntax of coding is not enough. One needs to have solid logic building or thinking skills that allow you to write better code. In this video I will cover 10 tips for improving logic building in programming or coding.

Topics

  • 00:00 Overview
  • 00:30 Divide and conqure
  • 03:19 Writing on paper and whiteboarding
  • 04:34 Data structures and algorithms
  • 06:33 Stackoverflow/Discord/Google
  • 07:47 Pair programming
  • 08:45 Start simple, optimize later
  • 09:24 Learning from others code
  • 10:35 Code reviews
  • 11:55 Practice: competitive coding
  • 13:09 Practice: diverse projects

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How to Build Logic in Programming | Tips to Improving Logic Building in Programming

Coding 101: Programming Language Building Blocks

This article will introduce the concepts and topics common to all programming languages, that beginners and experts must know!

Do you want to learn a programming language for the first time?

Do you want to improve as a Programmer?

Well, then you’re in the right place to start. Learn any programming language without difficulty by learning the concepts and topics common to all programming languages.

Let me start by answering the following questions:

  • Why learn Programming?
  • What is Programming?
  • How to Learn a Programming Language?

Why learn Programming❔

Programming develops creative thinking

Programmers solve a problem by breaking it down into workable pieces to understand it better. When you start learning to program, you develop the habit of working your way out in a very structured format. You analyze the problem and start thinking logically and this gives rise to more creative solutions you’ve ever given.

Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.

_– _Stephen Hawking

Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer… because it teaches you how to think.

_- _Steve Jobs

Programming Provides Life-Changing Experiences

Programming always provides you with a new challenge to take risks every time and that teaches you to take risks in your personal life too. The world is filled up with websites, apps, software and when you build these yourself you’ll feel more confident. When a programmer solves a problem that no one has ever solved before it becomes a life-changing experience for them.

What is Programming🤔?

program is a set of instructions to perform a task on a computer.

Programming is the process of designing and building an executable computer program to accomplish a specific task.

Well, according to me programming is like raising a baby. We provide knowledge (data) to help understand a baby what’s happening around. We teach a baby to be disciplined (and much more) by making rules.

Similarly, a computer is like a baby. We set rules and provide data to the computer through executable programs with the help of a Programming Language.

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That’s it👍. If you can understand this basic concept of programming, you’re good to go. Pick up a programming language and start learning. Read the following section to get an idea of where to start.

My recommendation is to choose Python Programming Language as a start, because it’s beginner-friendly.

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Coding 101: Programming Language Building Blocks

3 Programming Habits to Build Now

You’re learning to program, and looking for some answers. What skills do you need to develop? What concepts matter most? Which resources are best?

We’re in such a rush to get up and running as programmers that we fail to ask a critical question: what habits should I build?

The answer to this question requires the big picture view. It considers the actions to take now that’ll help as you start your programming journey, and will pay dividends in the years to come.

Whether you’re a self-taught programmer, bootcamper, or student in a formal computer science program, there are three programming habits to begin immediately to make your programming journey an effective one.

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3 Programming Habits to Build Now

Programming In Acceleration: Levelling Up Programming Skills

Some require and some are not. But acceleration programs might require you to build one. I’ll tell you how I made a computer program for the competition.

1-Researched the source codes and pasted it on my VS code

Written on the internet “blockchain-based ticket codes” and found the Ethereum source codes in Github. Then, I’ve just copied and pasted on my VS code by naming with .sol extension. Then, I’ve got my hands on the code itself and started to correct the mistakes that the editor has shown so far. Managed to reduce 189 errors to 58 within two hours. The rest was handled by my teammate when I sent the code I’ve edited. He just fixed the codes in three more hours and my mistake was not to increase the gas price. We increased the gas price on the remix and everything worked. And he just tested the software on scalability and security. It was the perfect garment for us that everything worked except the indentation errors.

What should’ve been done by us

Found all the codes including testing, copied them, and pasted them to our text editor for further analysis. Still, we had the prototype and we could write all the test codes, migrations, etc. if needed. Even more, we should’ve researched the codes to our project before using one of the examples.

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Programming In Acceleration: Levelling Up Programming Skills