C# includes a method for initializing Lists that means you do not need to repeatedly Add("foo") throughout your code.
C# has the ability to build strings in a number of ways. The simplest is concatenating them, but it’s not always the easiest or best solution depending on what you’re making.
Unity has made it a bit easier to compute some values in their editor windows by allowing you to enter math formula’s into the inspector.
One of the greatest tools for development is a really quick turn around between the code you write and seeing the result of that code.
Gizmos are a really handy way to indicate a whole range of interesting information during development of your project.