I have been very passionate about programming ever since my graduation. I have used Python for academic project. I have learnt a lot of machine learning algorithms. Later on I was pivoted to Front-end web development and completed Responsive Web-Design Certification course from FCC.
I'm at the initial stages of learning Angular and yet to create my first application. But, I don't want to sit back and relax. I want to start developing my idea into a real product. Been doing extensive research on it regularly and I just don't feel ready. It's mostly because of technical experience.
At work, there's a constraint on how much I can learn. The experienced person spends a very less time with us and always wants us to learn on our own. Although it is good in a way, this is affecting my learning pace. Solving a dependency bug takes me a day or two.
It is clear that I have to work my ass off to see these projects into products. To prevent myself from exhausting mentally, I have been doing my personal project in the early morning. From my understanding, it'll take at least take 12-15 days for me get comfortable with Angular. Meanwhile I'll continue my research. May be I'll find something that I have missing.
VS 2017 has been a nightmare for me. Getting the platform ready for the Angular development has been hectic job already(I would really love some suggestions on this).
Am I putting the effort in the right direction?
Am I learning right?