Is it better to have well structured code that takes 5 hours in time to make, than have spagetti code that takes 30 mins to pump out? Is it better to become well versed in a particular(or broad) area of study, and then go in and tackle a project, or just learn as you go? I'm wondering, what do YOU guys think are the best ways to learn how to code? btw, for me, it's learning Direct3D right now!
blowfish4Member Since 03 Mar 2013
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Hello programmers! I love to code and make things with computers! I hope you squash and conquer every bug that steps into your path! good luck!
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