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Joseph Torres
Joseph Torres
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How to remember a language you learned after you move on to another language and then another

I'm currently taking my Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer course which encompasses many different languages. After learning one and then moving on to the next one, how do you keep up with or remember the last one while you're learning a new one?

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What I do after I leave a language and then move to another one is coming back every once in awhile to the previous language I learned, maybe I'd re-watch some of the TreeHouse courses, I'll then do a small project that involves some of the languages, I'll try to answer some questions on StackOverFlow related to those languages just to keep the knowledge fresh. And overall use the language in some way.