#7) “View Source”: Take other people’s code, pick it apart, and reuse it. - Deepstash
#7) “View Source”: Take other people’s code, pick it apart, and reuse it.

#7) “View Source”: Take other people’s code, pick it apart, and reuse it.

  • When you’re building stuff, you don’t need to start from scratch.
  • You can grab things that already exist, rip them apart, and see how they work. It’s a superb way to learn.

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