Is Solo Learn Just For Beginner ?
As a Machine learning student there are several library which we have to import while creating our project. But in Solo Learn You can only learn the python ( in my case) and can use its built in functions and modules. What about the extra library and module which requires in project. SoloLearn Doesn’t have the feature to install a particular library.
10/5/2019 1:23:36 PMm8riix
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Of course. Once you have learned a course and practiced in the Code Playground, it's better to continue the practice on your local machine. It's hard for me to name any other platform, which can provide you additional features like libraries, for example.
Actually, SoloLearn focuses more on it's community and the tutorials more than it's code playground and libraries. And SoloLearn's code playground is not made for advanced libraries to build a big project. It's just a place where people learns and discusses about coding. So, it hasn't a very rich library. Also, SL just has a code playground, not an IDE.
Yes it is for beginners. A person coding for 10-15 yesrs in 1 or 2 languages can still be a beginner in another language 😇
I think it's a bit unfair for you to compare SL to SO. Even years of establishment clearly different. You wanna compare a teenager to an old man? Does SO offer game concept like SL? does it have a social features like list of following/followers, feeds posts, and what about courses (disregarding material level). All I ask here before you make comparison is, be sure to do apple to apple, just to be fair. About Playground, I believe most here would agree that once we need more than what it has to offer, it is time to do it in our own machine, with a full-blown IDE. I understand you're disappointed at things, but I guess criticizing without at least a decent feedback for the better, don't get one very far.
Faisal Reza [Indian] 10-15 years at Sololearn? You can have that much industry(IT) experience, you may know 2-3 language, but want to learn new language that you haven't tried before for whatever resons, are you not a sort of beginner in that lsnguage? But of course it is expected that you will pick up much faster than a truly beginner, however there is no guarantee that you will pick things fast. After having 5-6 years say in python, try your hands at C++ Templates and MetaProgramming, you will then realize what i am saying. Barring exceptions it almost always causes brain freeze even in the experienced people 😏
IFarhan yeah somehow true but did you ever notice if you try to play with code either using built in functions / modules , you will get Time/Memory Limit Exceed. Now In My Opinion Even Code Playground Is Just Made To Print “Hello World” 😂
When you want to build something big, with extra libraries and packages, you pick up a feature-rich IDE. Picking up a social platform for building an app or a website or something like that is like drinking water when you're hungry. The purposes are different.
Sololearn is a must-have app for every developer whether you're a newbie or the most experienced programmer in the world. Due to the presence of features like competitions, XP, code editor and Q&A, my programming skills undergoes refreshment and improvement from time to time.
Faisal Reza [Indian] Do you know any online platform(free) that allows users to install external libraries/package/modules etc? Think about it if that is allowed then everone will want to install the libraries they might want to learn/test or use for projects. It's a security risk and where will they get space for allowing user to install their libraries? It costs real money to provide resources. A paid platform might be able to provide reources for you to build your project but then they are charging for it. As for StackOverflow I find it bit at extreme end. But probably over the years you are forced to go that way, the sheer nonsense that comes through the users can be irritating, frustrating and time wasting. Besides it's the users who wants to learn so it's there responsibility to do bit of homework before asking a question.
Beginners and intermediates too.
Sololearn for beginners only? It totally depends on how we utilize Sololearn. Sololearn code playground has the best code playground on app, you cannot find a more comfortable way to do code editing on any other coding apps.
10-15 years lol 😂, there isn’t any reason to stick here (solo learn) as xp matters here and discussion with the title “ when is your birthday “? trends 😂
For all the beginner and intermediate. But mostly it is for beginners because it has chapter based knowledge by which we can learn from beginning.
Solo Learn is a app to learn programming languages and discuss codes and asks. SoloLearn have just a Code Playground, that don't support "things very big". You need of a IDE. I recommend AIDE for Android and Android Studio for PC.
For machine learning you need a lot of processing power. To train the model on a set of data. And to test it. Millions of floating point operation. Unless we are willing to chime in for the processing power sololearn would have to buy from google to power it, Sololearn will remain as it is; so model training cant be done. (Which is normal, get a Alienware Laptop if you want to generate computing intensive things like deepfakes etc
In general, sololearn is more for gaining an understanding of the base languages rather than additional modules. That being said, the community have created some great tutorials of modules, such as NumPy. Perhaps, in time, someone will create a tutorial for these machine learning modules.
No... that's not true....
~ swim ~ i really agree with you as you might have experiance but thing is , its not like what a coding community should look like, stackoverflow is one the best example - like if your code playground dont have that much capability to run a program , don’t use that feature in the app. ok leave it i have disappointment With The community as well as with some useless features 👍🏻
Mainly yeah but the sharing and asking and answering of questions can make it more for you. And by the way there is pro of solo learn if you are interested.
Imagine that you are able to use, for instance,the turtle library on SoloLearn? It wouldn't be a good experience to run some code on your phone with that module.