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Those Who Can Do Should Also Teach
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Those Who Can Do Should Also Teach

Programmers are constantly learning new technologies, especially in the rapidly evolving frontend ecosystem. As a result, developers often find themselves in a teaching role -- whether that means mentoring a colleague, writing blog posts, speaking at meetups, or even teaching more formally at a college or bootcamp.

So, how can you teach code more effectively? We'll go over strategies for breaking down information, explaining concepts without jargon, using relevant examples, and engaging learners so that you can be more effective the next time you are in a teaching position.

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