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I’m in between jobs due to the pandemic and need structure in my life. I have ADHD and no structure makes me a sad panda. I’m desparately grasping for some online educational content bc my previous tech stacks are a little old and need to keep up with the modern stacks so I can get a new role and have a structured regimen that school gives.
Unfortunately most of these courses are just boring as shit video lectures where you watch the developer code! WTF!! They’re advertised as “you will code a real world application” and 🤣you get a certificate at the end!
So if anyone took a full stack curriculum using modern stacks like the MEAN stack where they actually developed something themselves, post it here please?6
Im not “senior”, but I’m maybe middle level but anyway....
Learn good object oriented design!
Have a decent computer science background!
If you don’t know a certain framework or “tech”, google it and learn it quickly! Most of the “hot new techs” can be learned rather quickly by anyone who has a strong foundational understanding of programming and computer science. Its not sacred knowledge reserved to the chosen software prophets lol
Could someone help me find a good NON BORING tutorial on Redux? By non boring I mean one that’s more active, interactive and not a boring snooze fest watching the instructor build the project while giving vague explanations of concepts. And I could always google but most courses aren’t free and i can’t shell out only to realize the unlocked content isn’t what I want2