Here's my definition of tutorial hell:
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It's not Python or HTML.
It hardly even gets mentioned in interviews or listed as a pre-requisite for jobs.
I'm talking about Git and version control of course.
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The Amazon AWS documentation, no matter what you want to do, always links to something you had to be done before and I still haven't reached the beginning...
Using an out of date tutorial or a tutorial that in the end doesn't even work anymore.
I see. But isn't part of our job figuring out code?
Correct, but if you then copy paste some non standard code as a beginner it made it the more confusing.
So I never follow tutorials anymore, I just search the things I need myself in the documentation of the Framework/Language.
Same, man! Cheers!
Tutorial that doesn’t work anymore or never worked