Being a programmer
This lesson has been designed to round up the learning from all 6 parts of this unit. It is the last lesson of new content before you take on your final project. You will discuss the good habits of a programmer before being reminded of why some of the key aspects are good habits. You will also hear from industry programmers about their own good practice. You are then shown alternative approaches to programming solutions. This unit has consistently used specific approaches to help you learn different skills. You are now experienced enough to be able to see the other approaches and try them for yourself in your own programs.
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Lesson summary: Being a programmer
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