Nathan Milota wrote:I get stuck on a concept that doesn't make sense, but there really isn't anyone in real time to ask questions like in a lab. Does this issue get any easier when training in person if you don't know frameworks and such?
A good lecturer will try to take things slowly so as to give you time for the information to sink in. Also remember that computing isn't a “know what” subject but more of a “know how” subject, and “know how” subjects always take longer to learn. Consider the difference between learning to read sheet music, and singing or playing it. Or the difference between learning a route from a map, and learning to drive or cycle there.
Zachary Griggs wrote:. . . quicker than academic learning. . . .
Should ZG be learning at home, rather than chasing beer/footballs/women? Shouldn't the employer provide time for training and learning during the normal working day?
Junilu Lacar wrote:. . . . So you study unit testing in the evenings at home . . . .
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