《程序员修炼之道-从小工到专家》2(“The cultivation of programmers – from small workers to experts” 2)
Today, I read this book again and learned a concept – how to stop. First of all, let’s talk about myself. In my recent study, I encountered the biggest bottleneck: when solving a problem, I began to write code without clarifying the architecture. Every step I wrote was to think about how to write more perfectly. When I wrote, it was difficult to connect with the front, and then I repaired it in an infinite cycle, wasting a lot of time. I happened to read this part today. It’s just right. The author said that he compared programming to painting. When you paint details, you always step back, look at your work with a critical eye, and then superimpose infinite layers on the details of painting, just like excessive excellence in the program leads to the destruction of the program. It may not be perfect, but it can’t be perfect. Learning to stop in time is particularly important!