Learn to Code by Breaking Someone Else’s Code

This is how I got started in programming.  From a very young age, I found working code, broke it, changed it, and rearranged it to see how it worked.  From BASIC back in the day, to C# and JavaScript today, I still learn best by example and taking apart functioning code.

One of the best techniques to learn to code is to reverse engineer existing code. Code training company Treehouse explains how to “break” code to better understand how it works. If you have some programming experience, you might be able to read this and figure out most of what’s happening here.

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