Yes, in deed. the only way to become an expert at anything is
understanding how it works from early on. I don't believe doing a lot
of handholding, creating easy step by step wizards, etc would really
help a new developer as much as they might think. Part of learning and
growing is understanding how the language works and using a wizard
doesn't really teach a developer anything.
On 7/15/10, Liam Erven <liamer...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I disagree. I think what is even more brilliant for newbies is learning a
> language and then understanding how it works.
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