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Personally, I think you are better off learning something by trying to solve a problem. Have a project in mind, even if it is a made up project, and learn everything you need to solve that problem. Rinse and repeat, choosing a different type of problem each time. There are disadvantages of this method. For example, you may miss out on whole areas of the ...


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I suggest you to take a sample project on the new programming language and work on it while you get the theoretical information. Take extra care in selecting the sample project. i.e. it should be related to any of your real life problem scenario like personal budget or something like that. So it will keep you make busy with the new skill. Or have one more ...


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Your answer is in books on the subject. They usually follow a familiar pattern because that is proven to work: Introduction -> concepts -> basic principles -> simple examples -> main sub-areas, eveything gradually turning more complex. Of course your entry level may vary. Actually that is my recommendation: Buy a (tutorial) book and follow that through. ...



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