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I have a personal opinion and correct me if I'm wrong
Why does a programmer need to learn behind the scenes stuff (memory allocation).
I know it helps to understand the concepts better.
Why would I learn how the engine of a car works in order to drive a car ?.
And the only task is required from you to drive a car.
And literally you can code without knowing any of these stuff and since companies only need clean and efficient code.
Will it be really helpful to enhance your coding skills if you know behind the scenes stuff ?7