The Programmer's Brain
What every programmer needs to know about cognition
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Learn how to optimize your brain's natural cognitive processes to read code more easily, write code faster, and pick up new languages in much less time. This book will help you through the confusion you feel when faced with strange and complex code, and explain a codebase in ways that can make a new team member productive in days!
Take advantage of your brain's natural processes to be a better programmer. Techniques based in cognitive science make it possible to learn new languages faster, improve productivity, reduce the need for code rewrites, and more. This unique book will help you achieve these gains.
The Programmer's Brain unlocks the way we think about code. It offers scientifically sound techniques that can radically improve the way you master new technology, comprehend code, and memorize syntax. You'll learn how to benefit from productive struggle and turn confusion into a learning tool. Along the way, you'll discover how to create study resources as you become an expert at teaching yourself and bringing new colleagues up to speed.
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