You can't persuade people of your ideas for the "right way to go" without experience. You have to earn credibility for this and have to be able to discuss all aspects involved, some of which won't ever get written down.
Citing what you learned at university or the best books available is a weak argument.
When someone wants to learn software development from scratch, there is an overwhelming amount of information in book stores, libraries, and online articles. Experience tells which information is necessary at which stage of the learning journey and which can be postponed.
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