Also, I know these concepts are way more complex than the few lines I’m allotting to each. But one of the challenges I've faced is that most blogs don’t try to distill these topics into manageable chunks that beginners can perceive. So I am oversimplifying these topics because that is the point.
- Level (vs. low-level) refers to the level of abstraction from the computer's type. While the code is more programmer-friendly to read and write, that code will need to be transformed into machine-readable code.
Prototype-based: (This explanation could be much better)
What did you think of my summary for each concept? If there's anything I got wrong or could explain better, please let me know. If there are any other concepts not on the list that consider core to growing as a developer, definitely let me know!
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