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Apr 24 '19 at 19:58 comment Isn't it better this way. If you can solve under closed book exam conditions you can also solve it in the real world?
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Apr 24 '19 at 19:43 comment @thadeuszlay Oh that should be reflect.. In the real world you have full access to all references, can ask work mates for advice and/or help, outsource advice / help, or even go home and sleep on a particularly difficult problem. No good employer would have you work under closed book exam conditions.
Apr 24 '19 at 19:07 comment I do not believe in the classical closed book assessment examination, it does not reflex the real world According to you, what does reflect real world tasks?
Apr 24 '19 at 16:24 comment @thadeuszlay I am just average, the only thing I have was starting young and now experience, 40 years coding under my belt very soon.
Apr 24 '19 at 15:40 comment Yeah, the last weeks I picked only easy task. My thinking was: I have to master them first before tackling the more difficult ones (if I can't solve easy ones, why should I solve the hard ones). Lately I have been frustrated with private things and it seems it has affected the way I write and test my code.... Thanks, for the link. I only got 65%. frustration peaks. lol. How come you've been so good at JS resp. programming in general?
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