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How can developers memorize all tags, classes and functions? I'm trying to figure out the thinking system of high level prog.

Do developers memorize all tags, classes and functions? I'm trying to figure out the thinking system of a frontend developer or a developer in general. Does a developer memorize all those things, or do they use cheat sheets or refer to documentation?

11th Dec 2019, 12:05 PM
Sam
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Shubham Mali They are practise everyday and learn something new everyday. Practice makes them memorize the tags. So first clear your concepts then go over learning step by step They didn't memorize technically as practising from long time they get in habit of writing code and tags according to their needs
11th Dec 2019, 12:09 PM
GAWEN STEASY
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Memorizing isn't a problem. Its when are you gonna start doing it. I am even in a world full of memory games but. Struggle at first yes... it will all end well
13th Dec 2019, 1:38 PM
MCGAmedCoder gamerArtist
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Your first grade mathematical problems, how did you come to be soo good? It's because you kept practising, no matter how long it took, the point is you kept practising, so keep on practising through creating as many projects as possible, no matter how "small" they are, because practise makes perfect! Happy coding, Keep coding 😉😉
15th Dec 2019, 5:39 AM
Alfred Juma
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Do not forget support of IDEs like code completion, parameter info etc. You also mentioned helps, documentation. Programming languages evolve and it is necessary to verify your knowledge so it is important to learn. I think that most developers remember a lot just by using their programming language every day. Personally I try to study books and tutorials to learn and try to remember as much as possible. This topic reminded me one of my colleagues who is currently attending a lot of interviews and although he is a senior developer, he sometimes had problems during tests in codility where he did not have working IntelliSense.
11th Dec 2019, 12:17 PM
Michal Straka
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yah is like learning how to cook from your mom,always remember the spices she uses everyday or else you will forget... same as programming.
11th Dec 2019, 3:02 PM
Kumasi Samba Music
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blackwinter 10hrs every day is kinda huge.. I understand what you meant though.
13th Dec 2019, 10:09 AM
Pst EPHRAIM
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haha great for 10hrs,thats cool but at least revise on coding for an hour.You can even start on how to differenciate between attributes and values how to use them,i hope that will be helpful
13th Dec 2019, 10:55 AM
Kumasi Samba Music
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Go to the playground and code something small on <!DOCTYPE html><head><tittle>My First Site</tittle><head><body><h1>God Help Me</h1><h2>Build </h2><h3>A website.</h3></html>
13th Dec 2019, 11:07 AM
Kumasi Samba Music
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just memorize this codes always first,get to understand it and know what you want to do or create
13th Dec 2019, 11:08 AM
Kumasi Samba Music
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Just do a short review of what you previously learnt every new day, before you start learning something new😊
17th Dec 2020, 11:51 AM
Jehovah Rohi James Odeyale
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