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Discussion on: Stop Doing Coding Tutorials

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Andrea Bizzotto

Having been both on the “learner” and “instructor” camp, I can confirm that building things and solving problems is the best way to grow. Hovever, as an experienced developer I have also found myself jumping to an unfamiliar tech stack. In this context, good articles and courses are valuable, and can offer a more structured learning track.

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Michael Caveney

Absolutely! One huge benefit of judiciously used tutorials is repetition, which is extremely useful with technologies that have a "learning curve", such as D3.js or Redux.