I know this only my second post and I wish I had done more but quite frankly I've been to lazy to finish and edit my previous drafts. They require a lot of mental effort and you'll see what I mean if and when I publish them. But now that COVID-19 has so graciously blessed us with its presence (saracasm) I've found more time to write these blogs.
With all this new found FREE time, my enthusiasm for learning is just growing as I find more courses and resources to improve my knowledge-base. However, discovering all these resources also made me realise that there is not enough time in the world to complete all of them so the questions becomes which ones do I pick. Do I select a group of courses and cycle through them or stick to one and master it? What should I learn first? Is it even worth learning ?
Look, I know that at some stage in my life - this year preferably - I want to be start coding in Java and or C++, but before I do that I want to get the hang of web development so that I can start freelancing and earn a little extra pocket money by doing a few gigs here and there (I am currently a University if you know what I mean). But this pursuit of money has begun to turn my quest to master web development feel like more of a chore. Honestly, it feels as though it is, if you compare it to machine learning, mobile development, networking, data science etc...