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Obviously the best approach would be to not be left behind like that again. One strategy is to subscribe to various newsletters and sites (RSS feeds) so that the tech news come to you, as opposed to you going out of your way to seek them out. Overtime, even if you haven't the time to practice any of them, you'd at least be staying abreast of what's going on ...


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When it comes to learning programing, you first need to decide what type of programming you'd like to do. Learn new languages or type of languages (object oriented (like Java) or function oriented (like Scala)). The problem with learning new stuff, is that if you want to stay with every new hipster fad it will become really hard. So best is to just take a ...


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Do you have a job now? If so, taking 4 months off isn't likely to look good. Consider using lunch/after work/weekends to learn. Regardless of which approach you take, make sure you have a solid plan and goal. For example, think about what specifically you want to learn. How long you plan to study each day. (most people don't study 8 hours a day). How you ...


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In terms of neurobiology, its actually impossible to completely forget a language once its been learned to that level. Instead, more likely all the things which were learned are floating around disconnected and disjointed. In order to reorder them into a workable framework, you might try exposing yourself to the language again. Above posters have also ...



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