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Computer Science Undergraduate at UNL. C#, .NET 4.5, Windows 8 lover.
Learn programming backwards, or “so I failed the FizzBuzz test. Now what?”
I encounter little gotcha's every day. If you're learning a new language, you just have to be able to Google well. There's no short-and-easy way of transposing math perfectly to a language. You have to follow its rules (and with programming languages you have so much less to learn than a regular one like German!).
Is constantly looking for code examples a sign of a bad developer?
I really like this. I start at Reflective Observation in most languages, but in PowerShell I usually start at Active Experimentation