Why You Need a Coding Scratch File

Sometimes the best place to write code for your project is outside it.

This may sound like a lie. How could writing code outside of a project be the best place for the project's code? How can it even help the project at all?

Working within a project, especially a large and complex one, other code can get in the way of what you are writing.

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Helping other devs evolve & make more money | Senior Developer | 6 Figure Freelancer | Entrepreneur | Build in public | https://kevinhicks.software/

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