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9. Programmer

9. Programmer

  • Programming encompasses a lot of thinking tools, but the most basic one is the algorithm
  • Algorithms are a set of steps that can be defined precisely so that they require no intelligence to perform each one, 
  • yet the net result is a useful product.
  • A useful application of this is to look at the things you do and see which could be automated, simplified or refactored. 
  • you can think more like a programmer in many other domains of life.
  • What things do you repeat often in your work which could be automated?
  • What ambiguous process could you convert into a foolproof set of steps?

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