By fireandlce, with 6 replies.
Last reply by sp33dy, over 7 years ago:
I agree to the sentiments posted above. The more you practice, the better you become. The more often you practice, the easier it becomes. The more you read about programming, the less mistakes you'll make and best practices you'll learn. The more you look at other people's source, the better design your code will operate from. One important aspect forgotten by many is design, design, design! Design on paper first! Why spend 4 days trying to make a routine work, when a couple of hours of thought with paper and pen can elimante bugs, frustration and wasted code.. Although, to counter this, somet