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What are your favourite learning resources?

Introduction

Every day we come across a lot of new & amazing things, some technical and some not. And if we find something which matches our vibe then we dive deep into it. Now here the real problem starts, if something is very popular then definitely there are a lot of resources out there to learn it but out of all those resources, which ones worth your precious time?

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So we created this blog post to help you share all your favourite learning resources. It could be anything, a platform, some software, an app, a website or any of your favourite creators out there.

Let's get started.

My Way

This is the specific sequence, I usually like to follow to learn new stuff.

  • I read blogs on the topic - An introduction, its uses, problems it overcomes, pros & cons. I usually do a google search to find these blogs 📝.

  • If the topic seems interesting, then I have a look on freeCodeCamp's YouTube Channel to see if there's a course available on the topic I am interested in 👨‍💻.

  • If freeCodeCamp doesn't have a course on it or it seems to be outdated then I look for another good course on YouTube▶️.

  • Udemy is also a great place to find some really cool courses🏫.

  • That's pretty much how I like to find learning resources for myself 📚.

Discussion

Let's start the discussion on:

  • What are your favourite resources to learn something new?

  • How do you utilize those resources to make the most of them?

Discussion (8)

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Jérémie Astor

I learn most I know in C from suckless.
fwiw my prgramming activity is centered about developing my (music) language, and I find a lot of valuable informations there

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Great man

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SVR

Definitely I first see if freecodecamp videos are available on a topic that I want to know and learn about. Then I actually see if it would be great to get a course out of it. Mostly my go-to is coursera and udemy. I also like to read many posts on dev to know and relate to other people...(dont know if it counts, added it anyway)

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Rishit Khandelwal

Docs for programming related stuff

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Yes, Always for solutions

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Darsh

Youtube , leanrphython.org inthat link we can change the language and learn a lot of different languages that's nice and one can learn easily

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Darsh

Do you liked learnphyton.org ??

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Andrew Baisden

Udemy, freeCodeCamp, YouTube and Wes Bos's courses are my most used platforms.