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Apr 24 '19 at 19:58 comment added thadeuszlay Isn't it better this way. If you can solve under closed book exam conditions you can also solve it in the real world?
Apr 24 '19 at 19:43 history edited Blindman67 CC BY-SA 4.0
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Apr 24 '19 at 19:43 comment added Blindman67 @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 added thadeuszlay 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 added Blindman67 @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 added thadeuszlay 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?
Apr 24 '19 at 13:14 history answered Blindman67 CC BY-SA 4.0