Please don’t learn to code, learn to understand code instead
melissa mcewen

1. Not even getting a C grade in C+ course during university life,
2. Running a very small IT firm as a business developer+PM but with a limited knowledge in programming and
3. Attempting many free times to learn programing languages with effective yet result

I found your article witty but thoughtful; inspiring but pragmatic. Because -

A. You have pointed out a major factor similar to what happens to a cooked food, if SALT is missing or comparatively impropotionate. 
B. And this important point is very often missed by majority of PMs, development teams, client ends & new learners of code.

Thanks for sharing your idea. It is very thought provoking.

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