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What I do use is the logic of understanding a problem and the steps I need to analyse them, break it down and formulate the best cost-effective solution possible.
I wish I learned how to code in uni. I think it’s pretty self-explanatory why it’s extremely important and useful.
The relationships in my research group are different from what I experienced in Europe or the US.