Becoming a dramatically better programmer - Henry @ RC S1


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Deep work is Cal Newport’s name for focused, complex work. Learning skills and deliberate practice are both examples of deep work.
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2 days ago by cjitlal
Learning skills directly 💡 Picking skills Known unknowns 💡 Identifying known unknowns Learning meta-skills How to learn; deliberate practice 💡 Getting better at…
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3 days ago by johnrclark
Becoming a dramatically better programmer
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6 days ago by unclespeedo
In our first week, we were told that the RC faculty wanted to do one thing above else – to remove any obstacles in the way of us becoming dramatically better programmers. But what does that mean? What does getting dramatically better actually look like?
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6 days ago by WFreeland
Learning skills directly 💡 Picking skills Known unknowns 💡 Identifying known unknowns Learning meta-skills How to learn; deliberate practice 💡 Getting better at…
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6 days ago by leeomara
In our first week, we were told that the RC faculty wanted to do one thing above else – to remove any obstacles in the way of us becoming dramatically better programmers. But what does that mean? What does getting dramatically better actually look like?
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7 days ago by edgaron
In our first week, we were told that the RC faculty wanted to do one thing above else – to remove any obstacles in the way of us becoming dramatically better programmers. But what does that mean? What does getting dramatically better actually look like?
7 days ago by davidmatas
Learning skills directly 💡 Picking skills Known unknowns 💡 Identifying known unknowns Learning meta-skills How to learn; deliberate practice 💡 Getting better at…
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8 days ago by joeybaker
Awesome ideas and hints on becoming a much better programmer
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8 days ago by northwestyam
Learning skills directly 💡 Picking skills Known unknowns 💡 Identifying known unknowns Learning meta-skills How to learn; deliberate practice 💡 Getting better at…
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8 days ago by alphex
to do deliberate practice in the field you’re interested in is also a challenge. Consider that many people still type with two fingers, despite typing daily for many years. Repetition isn’t sufficient to learn a new skill – you ne
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8 days ago by turingbombe
This is kinda a bit too formal and planned. But worth a read
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8 days ago by dnene