Hey John — great article. I can relate.
Chris Kibble

Sure thing Chris. Here it is. It’s a post by Nick Johnson, a fellow student here at LS.

I learned a lot. Personally, I am finding Codewars and Anki extremely helpful. Sometimes when any particular section of LS gets a bit tedious, I find that it’s good to stretch another part of my brain and do a few code katas or spend time memorizing fundamental coding concepts.

As an example, I’m currently working through the Object Oriented Programming book. I generally work through the books two or three times and write notes as I go on each run through. For me, note taking is a tedious task that is easily broken up with code katas or memorization.


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