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i have an ignorant side within me

 
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Hi guys i have an ignorant side within me whenever i read some book i miss som evital words and do get confused later..Can anybody suggest me how to get rid of it or atleast minimize it and how to improvise my logical reasoning
 
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Vishal Hegde wrote:Hi guys i have an ignorant side within me whenever i read some book i miss som evital words and do get confused later..Can anybody suggest me how to get rid of it or atleast minimize it and how to improvise my logical reasoning



What are the "som evital words"?
 
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typo mistake i meant vital words missing some technical words
 
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Attention to detail.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Attention to detail.



Attention to detail is critical in software engineering. Computers are literal, if you say to do 'som' instead of 'some' you won't get the results you want.
 
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Hi guys i have an ignorant side within me whenever i read some book i miss som evital words and do get confused later..Can anybody suggest me how to get rid of it or atleast minimize it and how to improvise my logical reasoning


Your question, somehow, reminds me of something that I read recently:

Difficulty at the beginning works supreme success,
Furthering through perseverance.
Nothing should be undertaken.
It furthers one to appoint helpers.
~I Ching(Book of Changes)
 
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@par thats what i am talking about i do miss some terms

@monu tripathi is it good or bad then???
 
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Vishal Hegde wrote:@par thats what i am talking about i do miss some terms


Excellent example of what you need to work on!
 
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So it seems you've identified a problem: Missing some vital words or terms.

But how do you solve this?

I suggest that after you've read something, go back and review it with the specific goal of identifying anything that you've missed the first time. Keep track of these things, because there might be a pattern. For example, do you tend to miss things associated with API? Do you miss things associated with access controls? Do you miss things associated with scope? If you can identify a pattern, then you will know where to concentrate your efforts, and these things will begin to stand out instead of remaining invisible.
 
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@monu tripathi is it good or bad then???


Neither.
I would say it is natural and that you can improve upon this by practice and putting in some guided effort. Have you considered what marc said?
 
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Have you considered what marc said?



yes i did so i started revising the subject and at some point i felt that the things that i wasnt unable to understand was what i was missing.Today i tried not to procceed forward unless i understood what the word meant .. ..It took me a lot of time to understand it ,but it finally paid off.I just need to practise, to get used to it
 
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