The urge to do
Kedar Sovani
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Don’t completely agree with it, try learning a new language say Haskell and never actually running the code and thinking about it and designing in it. Ofcourse one must not be hasty to code in a language of their comfort (say you have 2 decades of experience in a language X) for a project that has a lot of intertwined things which need to orchestrate, these are elements of design. Writing small bits and composing them to build a solid foundation still beats just thinking about the big pictures and grand visions. computer science is similar to any creative work you can think about the paintings the gamut of colors etc but if you have never put a stroke on paper all those visions are exactly that ‘Visions’.

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