Ending your coding sessions in the right way

Sent on June 22nd, 2021

Hi, Iā€™m Aravind Balla and you are reading letter #14 from the Hackletter where I talk about my learnings and give you behind the scenes of things I keep doing for fun.

I wrote an article on what I do before ending my coding sessions, at work and for my personal projects.

Here is the link - https://aravindballa.com/writings/ending-your-coding-sessions-right/

Long story short, I take notes while I code, add comments for my future self to preserve the context. And this helps me pick back up faster and start coding. I no longer spend 20 minutes recollecting what I had done and where I should resume.

In the article, I compare this to travelling with a map.

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If this resonates, I'd encourage you to checkout the article, or put this in your read-later apps if you prefer it that way. Here is the link again - https://aravindballa.com/writings/ending-your-coding-sessions-right/

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