Despite the best made plans, problems are still hard and I still get stuck. Becoming a great problem solver takes time; it’s a skill I’m still working on and it’s definitely worth the effort. It’s a difference you can see.
…and blueprints to build a house. It’s no different with programming. Instead of rushing into doing, I need to start by thinking about what I’m setting out to do and make a plan of attack.
…e problem solving process, and how to problem solve effectively. I now begin a problem with intent. I have George Polya’s book, How to Solve It, to thank for that bit of advice.