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General Question

Hey! I have a general question, do you guys use google / Stack Overflow to solve Javascript challenges ?

I try to rely only on the video's then try to solve the challenge before digging deeper into the concept but sometimes i feel like the videos are not enough to get all the logics of the challenge.

Thanks everybody

1 Answer

Camilo Lucero
Camilo Lucero
27,692 Points

Always help yourself with external resources.

Even though the videos are made to contain enough information for you to solve the challenges, there is usually lots more to be understood. Treehouse is a great foundation, but to become really good, you must be curious and use every resource at hand.

If you are using Google and Stack Overflow to solve challenges, you are on the right path. Almost every professional developer does the same to solve real world programming challenges.

Thank you very much for the answer!