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Starting out is always a challenge. However, the right approach to learning can smooth out the difficulties. With project-based learning, you can study programming theory and apply your knowledge by creating real, working applications, one step at a time.
Your study plan contains all the activities you need to reach your learning goal. It is divided into several stages of increasing complexity, allowing you to gradually expand your knowledge without getting overwhelmed.
Instead of trying to learn everything all at once, you will expand your knowledge step by step and apply the skills you’re developing in a variety of tasks. Each topic you study is relevant to your level of proficiency and current project stage.
Reinforce your newly acquired knowledge by applying it in practice. With step-by-step guidance, you will write fully functional applications, such as a simple game, website, chatbot, or even a blockchain.
Once you submit your code, it gets tested instantly. If you ever get stuck with your code you will never be left abandoned! There is an entire community of people you can reach out to and who are happy to share their experience with you.
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With the Knowledge map, you can get a holistic picture of the learning content and see how all the topics are connected. Tracking your progress will help you gain a better understanding of what you’ve done and what you still need to learn in order to round out your knowledge.