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How To Can i Write Code Like Pro?

I Want incrage my Skill like Pro? how can i Speed Up my Coding Skill>>>>>>>>

1st Jan 2020, 2:46 PM
Sazzadur Rahman Morad
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18 Answers
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Just follow these simple steps:- 1) keep your basics clear 2) learn from your mistakes 3) implement what you learn And most importantly Practice a lot, it's rightly said that "practice makes a person perfect"
1st Jan 2020, 2:55 PM
Arsenic - avatar
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Penelope Church and where does the 5h-rule come from ?
1st Jan 2020, 2:54 PM
Aymane Boukrouh
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You have to write more code per day for 5 hours.
1st Jan 2020, 2:52 PM
Penelope Church
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I think you are already pro coder............
1st Jan 2020, 3:30 PM
Alina Fuentes
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Judging from the number of courses you have completed you are already on your way to being a pro. Keep up and you will be a professional.
1st Jan 2020, 3:43 PM
Oluwaseun Familusi
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Oluwaseun Familusi the number of courses has no importance at all.
1st Jan 2020, 3:45 PM
Aymane Boukrouh
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Identify a single language you want to use and learn how to use it in depth before moving on to the next. I believe that will help.
3rd Jan 2020, 1:10 AM
Linda Indosio
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watch youtube perfect trainer online class
1st Jan 2020, 3:00 PM
Kimberley Swanson
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why use codersazzad.com
1st Jan 2020, 3:04 PM
Kimberley Swanson
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Just practice and learn from your mistakes man. Maybe consider getting a degree to further down your education.
2nd Jan 2020, 1:59 PM
Chris - avatar
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To become a pro is quite easy: The first thing to note is why do you want to code, maybe you want to develop a website,an Android app or desktop apps etc. The second is learning what it takes to code what you want. The third is trying to solve a problem. The fourth is practice,nothing more than practice. Learn for 2hours practice for more than 5hrs. Learn from your mistakes and others. Try to clone an already made app or website like cloning the apple website, that is, creating it yourself etc To become a pro is quite easy but there are sacrifices to pay for you to be the best.
2nd Jan 2020, 4:30 PM
Ephraim Ugochukwu Joel
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if you want to get to your goal quicker, your only option is to be faster. if you want to be a professional coder sooner, you have to do more programming in a given amount of time. learning a language takes little time - and is useless by itself. you need experience in applying it, thereby generating knowledge. there is no shortcut for this until certain breakthroughs in brain-machine-interfaces are achieved, which most likely won't happen during our lifetimes. short answer: python. 😉
3rd Jan 2020, 12:51 AM
Wish to be pro and yeah don't try to work at all just wish you will be pro 🙄
2nd Jan 2020, 12:46 AM
Shivam Pathak
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Code. Find things you can't do. Learn new patterns. Remember that learning programming language is the easy part of programming. The patterns are the hard part. Making single file scripts is way different then coding big applications. You need to learn how to structure things. Spaghetti (or teleporting spaghetti in case of total anarchy (goto)) could work for simple scripts, but will fail terribly when used in something bigger. For example lets assume we are writing utility in c++. But we are coming to c++ from java, so we create static utility class and we call our utility function by ns::Utility::doSomething(). After few years we figure out that it sucks. So we create free standing function in namespace ns instead of doing static class. Its long process. And theres almost no way to learn this without coding. You can't solve problems when you don't know they exist.
2nd Jan 2020, 9:34 PM
Null - avatar
Simple Answer:Learn and be a pro.
3rd Jan 2020, 12:44 AM
Unfortunately Here
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1. Have a clear mind 2. Write down code for every question 3. Optimize your code 4. Time management is KEY 5. Pick a language you are more comfortable learning/coding with
3rd Jan 2020, 2:24 AM
RAM - avatar
I think I'm going to approach this question in a different way than most. In real life pro programming is not the same thing as good programming. More than often you will face time constraints so time will be your real enemy while coding. You will have to write your program before a deadline. That is why real professional programmers sometimes write bad programs knowing they are bad but they are fast so they can focus on the really important stuff. Otherwise writing the same code would take a year rather than a month. So I might say that being a professional coder is being able to determine which part of the code is essential while which parts are not. And of course organize your time resource accordingly.
3rd Jan 2020, 11:26 AM
Engin Demir
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You have to practice alot
3rd Jan 2020, 11:57 AM
Harrison Njenga
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