There is active learning where you write code, and then there is passive learning where you review code. Codr sits in the middle, you are passive in that you are not writing code, but active in that you have to debug the code that is on screen.
This video is not sponsored by codr but they did reach out to me to see if it would be worthwhile sharing it with my audience. I did find it an interesting way of learning and teaching so here we go 🌹
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