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Stick to it, little by little, learn a small concept daily and focus on finding the real application value of it. And break out from it from time to time to relax.
@AleCx04 Thank you! Also good advice.
But sometimes I believe that there's so many new nouns coming up with minimal actual reason. I'd say that I know a lot of concepts and at least over some handful of tools. But for each new tool (read noun) you often need to go from the beginning, just to confirm that your understanding of this new tool is correct and how to use it. Because of course without the new fashionable tools in your belt you are deprecated. Sometimes the tutorials needed to make sure what it is, how to use it etc. take much longer time to go through than I would've wished. Usually the tools is then revealed to be a collection of some concepts you already know with maybe one or two new ideas thrown in there. But also forcing you to write you phrases ever so slightly different. For me it feels like the market get overloaded with new information that has to be learned without a proper way to learn it (without re-hearing so much).
I agree with you. However I get to avoid repetition by reading from stackoverflow or documentation online. It is easier to skim through text than video.
Ctrl+F also helps finding the topic I need in large chunks of boring explanations.
@M1sf3t also very good advice, I’ll start to look more to the indications from the comments.
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