Asking questions and Source code
If you have questions throughout this course, follow these steps to make the most out of your time and this course.
1. Don't forget to do your own research on the internet (Google, Stack Overflow, etc...). You can usually find the answers to your question by googling the question or the error you have in your code.
2. Try coming up with a solution and solving the problem yourself. And then research it to see how other developers have solved the same problem. Solving problems on your own will make you a better problem solver (this is what a developer is, in the end, a problem solver), and a better coder overall.
3. If you're still stuck, look to see if the question has already been answered on the discussion board. Chances are, some other student asked the question, and the issue was resolved.
4. Finally, post your question on the discussion board of the course. I will be here to help!
5. Help other students by answering their questions on the discussion board. The best way to learn something is to teach it.
“It is easier to change the specification to fit the program than vice versa.”
— Alan Perlis