“What do I need to research to fix it?”

One of our junior devs, Tatiana, wrote about her experience speaking at a recent Cambridge University summer school.

“Learning to code is not about remembering facts, but about building things. And it’s perfectly acceptable to look up all the knowledge you need online. In fact, part of becoming a developer is becoming efficient at finding things out for yourself. It’s also about asking the right questions, like when there is a bug: could it come from the code I wrote? Which line? What things should I check to find out? What do I need to research to fix it?”

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