With only a few months of OO programming under my belt I’ve accepted I’m going to need to roll with the punches for a good portion of this course, but this lecture broke me enough to post here.
The frantic pace you’re switching between files and trains of thought at as you type, delete, and refactor your code on the fly isn’t helping me to learn and is creating a massive time sink.
I’m second-guessing all the work I’ve done when pausing for the challenges and am amending my code to fall into line with what you’re doing, only to find by the time I’ve caught up you’ve decided it would be better to chop and change your code into something completely different. When I stop and rewind to play catch up, I don’t know if the section I’ve teleported to contains the code that survives to the end of the lecture or not, so I have to sit through the section again to be sure I’ve achieved parity.
Granted, there are usually many ways to achieve something, but please decide on one before recording each video session.