Top 5 Emails from Students6:13 with Craig Dennis
In this episode we’ll be talking about the top 5 emails our teachers receive from students like you.
Top 5 questions asked of our Teachers via e-mail
5. What should I learn next?
You should totally check out our Tracks page. We've taken the time to build playlists that you will guide you down a well thought out path.
4. I'm currently learning X from Y should I learn Y?
We try to cover common questions like this on our blog, here's a few that should help!
3. What is the right way to watch the content? Should I follow along?
Since this is an opinion this is a great question for the Community forum.
2. What's up with your beard?
Not only does this come through email, sometimes it shows up on the forum, check this forum post about Jim's beard in React Basics.
1. I'm making a ton of errors... am I not cut out for coding?
What a horrible feeling. Watch this re-enactment of Imposter Syndrome
Recommended additional learning
- Java SE tutorial (wonderful and a great place to start)
- Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftmanship
- Pragmatic Unit Testing in Java 8 with JUnit
- Any talk from Venkat Subramaniam
- Google Style Guide for Java
- Python Crash Course
- Hello Web App
- Two Scoops of Django
- Trey Hunner's Weekly Python Chat
- Weekly LiveCoding streams
- Big Nerd Ranch Guide
- Natasha the Robot (A solid, easily digestible blog full of overviews of various Swift and iOS features.)
- Ray Wenderlich (Perhaps the premier tutorial site for all things Swift, iOS, MacOS, and game development.)
- Andrew Bancroft (A great resource site for Swift and other programming languages)
- KrakenDev (Like Natasha, KrakenDev features a lot of readable and enjoyable material on a wide set of topics regarding iOS features.)
- NSHipster (Their headline describes it best: "...a journal of the overlooked bits in Objective-C, Swift, and Cocoa. Updated weekly.)
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