When I teach/help someone with code without telling them explicitly what to type and their solution works and they get hyped af. Never gets old. I like helping people.

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    That's probably the best way to teach - not spitting out a ready-made solution, but rather guide them and having them figure it out by themselves.
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    How do you approach beginners with no idea how to code?

    Im good at explaining it to people with technical thinking, but from more "normal" people I just get blank stares.

    Any tips?
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    @Hazarth one good way to explain concepts is to use analogies. When you tell them what they need to do, be consistent and use the analogy you started with so they won’t get confused. Also, “how to code” is a bit broad, if you can be more specific that would be cool 😅
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