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Discussion on: 50 Projects in 50 Days, 3/5 there! 🌻

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Atif Iqbal

It is difficult for someone especially for novice to learn from your articles. You are building a timeline of your learning and in every project only you post your understanding of a portion about what you have learned. If someone wants to build that you are learning then it will be difficult because if someone wants to build then a flow is required from start of the project to end.......PLEASE DON'T MIND THIS IS JUST MY OBSERVATION THAT I HAVE SHARED WITH YOU.
You can share Your GitHub link for project if that's okay. This will help someone to learn.
And you can read this article
dev.to/hoverbaum/how-to-add-code-h...
to learn about posting a code snippet in a better way.
🙂👍

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Chiara Mapelli Author • Edited

Thank you! Yep, I am just using this as a way to keep me accountable really, I don't think I am in that stage of my career yet when I can actually teach something specific, I am just exploring at this very moment 😊
For every small project I make, I just annotate what new concepts I learn/get to work with.
The course is: udemy.com/course/50-projects-50-da...

PS Thanks SO much for that article about posting snippets, I will keep this in mind for future articles (if and when I get round to them!!).

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jackritenour

Nothing wrong with how she did it but it is a good observation. Some posts are meant to show what you know -- which has its place -- but even better, teach others with your posts. That is true learning!