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Watching someone code teaches many subtle techniques that people don't even realize they do. Especially the holistic set of techniques an individual uses and how they interact.

Also, probably more smart people (not saying the smartest, but maybe even that) don't spend time distilling their ideas publicly as they are so focused on taking on challenging things.

What do you think? Also, personally I kind of like the human element. I agree that written form or edited video's probably make a better reference. But that can also be extracted later from a set of freestyle videos.

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