Something tells me you are thinking wrong

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Fact Storage

Fact Storage(One who knows it All)
  1. Understanding the end goal. It helps to ask the questions “How will it look like once the problem is solved?” and “What to do once it’s solved? | What then?”
  2. Writing/Typing the facts. This associates information as a questionable sentence rather than a true statement.
  3. Decoupling information ℹ️ . Facts generally are a composition of other facts which might be true individually but do not hold together.
  4. Most important of all thinking about the problem more than how to reach the solution. It’s really easy to lose track of this. Use a Pomodoro to stop and check what you are thinking.

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Abhinav Reddy Mothe

Abhinav Reddy Mothe

Dev at oliv.ai. Clojure | System Design | Books | Gaming | Anime Enthusiast

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