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In today's episode, I talk about intentional problem solving and challenge listeners to stop reaching for the quickest answer and instead experience the problem.

During today's episode I provide some tips to help build your experimentation techniques so you can find a solution without automatically defaulting to Google or Stack Overflow first.

If you participated in this challenge. I would love to hear about your experience. To share your story, email me at, write to me through my contact form or reach me on Twitter @developertea.

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