Best Learning Strategies For Programmers

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Are you happy with your current learning method? While studying, do you feel productive like what you learned actually makes sense and you are achieving what you attended to?

If your answer is no, then you have come to the right place. Because in this Episode I and Yair Choen (Full Stack Engineer at Coralogix | Blogging @ have shared our experiences as self-taught programmers to help you guys achieve more out of your studying.

So, are you ready to join us?

Episode timelines
00:55All about our guest 01:51A bit of background about the topic 03:00Common issues that we experienced while learning 06:21Passive VS Active Learning 09:40Learning fundamentals/essence first rather than the “technology” 14:56Letting information “sink in” / how do you rest? 17:56Spaced repetition / forgetting curve 21:40When to take breaks (Pomodoro Technique)? 24:46“I have heard all these advices before, none of them worked for me…” 25:23Small achievable goals > long term goals 29:17Working with “time blocks” rather then goals 30:30Know your studying method (myth? wait for Yair’s respond) 37:48Teach what you learned 44:34Learning from people 50:03Summary & Closing

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