Programming as a Way of Thinking

Running programs is the whole point of programming, of course, but there is more to it. The ability to execute code makes programming a tool for thinking and exploring. When we express ideas as programs, we make them testable; when we debug programs, we are also debugging our brains.


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 Programming as a Way of Thinking
Electronic/World Wide Web>Blog:  Downey, Allen (April 26, 2017), Programming as a Way of Thinking, Retrieved on 2017-05-18
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