I’m in my sophomore year taking physics calc 2 and discrete math and I think it’s only gonna get worse. The CS class that i’m taking is more about concepts than about coding, and right now I just don’t know how i’m supposed to study/make projects to prepare myself for the next summer with the free time that i have. Any tips?
Google Search results are now plagued by terrible sites with poor explanations like javatpoint, geeksforgeeks, etc.
Seriously, it's so frustrating to find these sites in the top results for every search query when you have questions related to your CS courses. The good pdfs from top universities, etc get buried because of these sites.
I've realized that it's so easy to just jump on new trends while learning how to code. How do you manage that urge? Some time ago it was Astro for me, and last week I was thinking of Svelte.
Today - I've just discovered this Feature Flagging tool opening up a feature and I don't have a product I'm working on, but the urge to just jump on it is relentless.