Hi Roman, thank you for your perspective. I 100% agree that the goal should be to learn strategic coding fast and the problem of mindlessly typing code. I also think that many people are not even aware of the fact that strategic programming exists, and the reasons why they should be doing it.

I think under pressure many people resort automatically to the tactical style, and the number 80% is just to keep tab on that, and is more relevant to situations tightly bound by time.

If you don't mind I would like to incorporate the points you shared into the current post because I agree with you and I think it needs to be a part of the main post itself

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Adarsh Menon

Adarsh Menon

I make websites and teach machines to predict stuff. I also make YouTube videos — https://www.youtube.com/adarshmenon

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