Learning how to ask the right questions (obviously) gets you the right answers BUT also helps you strengthen your understanding.
My mentor once told me 'A senior developer is just a developer that learned to ask the right questions by understanding the problem better'
Sticks with me everyday
I love this! Do you have any suggestions on how to do that — how to ask the ‘right’ questions?
I think the only answer to that is the cliche answer of time and building things. Once you build something unlike what you've built before, you'll find yourself tackling challenges that are new to you.
Your google-kwan-do will strengthen and you'll start to see others who have hit the same wall along with ways they accomplished it.
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