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A combination of disciplined mental habits, attitudes of endurance, and essential soft skills that enable someone to understand, formulate, and solve problems in ways that leverage the power of computers and computational methods.
Breaking down data, processes, or problems into smaller, manageable parts
Observing patterns, trends, and regularities in data
Making a problem more understandable by reducing unnecessary detail.
Developing the step by step instructions for solving this and similar problems
Ensuring that your solution is a good one.
believing in one's own ability to solve problems
willing and able to communicate effectively with others.
able to deal with change and open-ended problems
experimenting and playing
designing and making
finding and fixing errors
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