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General Discussion

Yaasir Hassan
Yaasir Hassan
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Hey guys, just had a quick question pop into my mind, how often do you guys have to revise previous courses you've already finished to completely understand something, or do I just have to understand the foundation of it and know how to research something in the web when i'm stuck.

1 Answer

I do not usually rewatch any courses that I did. I sometimes find it boring to redo them. I think it is better to work on your own and read the documentation when you get stuck. Google is always your best friend, and when you have a problem with your code, there is high chance that someone had the same problem and there is a high chance that you will find the solution immediately. Stackoverflow has a documentation section now, I find it very helpful to review or learn something new.