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What SoloLearn add to your knowledge?

what SoloLearn add to your knowledge? If you have specific knowledge in a particular language, what would be your advice to beginners and what they must do to be proficient at programming?

24th Oct 2018, 11:24 AM
Sara Mohammed Abdalgader
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Sololearn adds a lot to my knowledge and my life: the ability to learn new languages, the opportunity to revise what I've learnt before. I am very grateful to have this free and valuable resource at my fingertips. If you are a beginner, I suggest that you use all aspects of SL. Learn and repeat lessons, write and read code, get involved in challenges, ask the community questions, use the community which are like one big, mostly happy family. Have fun with us & enjoy your learning journey with the world's most popular coding App.
24th Oct 2018, 12:46 PM
Sonic - avatar
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For Beginners : https://code.sololearn.com/W3qRxwj4UF36/?ref=app Anyway, compactly: 1. Choose any language 2. Learn something from it 3. Practice 4. Read up about what you learn 5. Practice 6. Create something 7. Share something 8. Repeat. 👍😉✌️ Edit: sorry, i forgot to say: don't be shy to ask something. 👍😉
24th Oct 2018, 11:30 AM
Donthack - avatar
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Im a beginner as well and not even a consistent one, but what I like about Sololearn is its a huge community of coders, you come here, you see what people are creating and you get inspired, even on a lazy day you'd see something so spectacular it will make you think "why am I not studying?".
24th Oct 2018, 11:30 AM
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As a beginner I would say... Sololearn is more than enough for a coder... It gives you ample of knowledge that too for free and also you may try the languages with help of coding in the app itself!!Also never forget the community which helps you in any small way possible!!
24th Oct 2018, 11:56 AM
$hardul B
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Sololearn has helped me a lot in learning something new and revising the programming lessons i hv learnt. Besides helping as a tutorial , the challenges here reminds me to stay focused while solving any given coding problem!
25th Oct 2018, 1:14 PM
Sia - avatar
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Sara Mohammed Abdalgader thanks for a very intelligent question. Let me start by telling how i first knew about SL. I and a bunch of my varsity colleagues were introduced by another clever colleague during our first year at University of SA. We were struggling with Python and C++ but when we started using SL we were always ahead. The good thing about SL is it caters for everyone, all age groups, school children, students, professional programmers as well. Every day you learn something new. There are quite good coders here, good and precise lessons, code playground to practice, the challenge platform to test how much know.
24th Oct 2018, 12:04 PM
Michael Ngwerume
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My advice to beginners is to concentrate and master one language at time. Finish the course practice challenges with others of relatively your level, do practice. Go to the next language ... Once you done with 2 or 3 languages, the enthusiasm to learn more languages will grow noone will push but the eager for more knowledge.
24th Oct 2018, 12:08 PM
Michael Ngwerume
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We can gain a lot of experience and knowledge in Sololearn as we can participate in coding challenges. Furthermore, we can read the codes which are created by experts
25th Oct 2018, 1:09 PM
Muhd Khairul Amirin
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It really adds to me a lot of people very eager to share their knowledge & wisdom .A good global community without any barriers of country or time zone they rock with their work. Learning is a serious business. First learn.basics are important.
24th Oct 2018, 11:41 AM
Brahmeswara Rao
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// Zohir 1. SL updates every day, pro just adds some comfortable things and it is a way to support the project, don’t buy it if you don’t want, nothing will disturb you to learn 2. SL is all free to learn, as you can predict there are developers, who need to get paid, so ads are not a bad choice. 3. If you see any bugs in SL, please write an email to [email protected] All peace ;)
24th Oct 2018, 2:59 PM
Sokrat_Poghosyan - avatar
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I began learning HTML in 2008. I got serious about learning in 2011. I wanted to learn other languages too. Once I found Sololearn. I then had a great source to learn other than Stackoverflow, W3Schools, YouTube tutorials etc.. Those sites are great, but here on Sololearn, like others have said the Community is AWESOME!! Programmers here are very polite, and willing to help others in their endeavors. My experience with Sololearn is amazing!! I have learned new languages that I had no clue about before. I continue to learn daily. I think one of the biggest things, I have gotten from Sololearn. The Confidence to know that I Can Do what ever I put my mind to in programming. I have always learned best by doing. Learning from books, tutorials, live instruction is great too. I whole heartedly believe that the best way to learn is by hands on application. My advice to new comers/beginners, is if your serious about learning. Stay hungry, Learn every day, and to Write Code everyday!! You will reap the benefits!!
24th Oct 2018, 6:16 PM
Andrew Faile
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Sololearn is great to start programming, what makes it more useful is that it has a code playground...
9th Nov 2018, 10:41 AM
Shahil - avatar
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Sololearn taught me a very different direction, it helped me guide through languages in programming. I was just going to go learn JS, but it extended to other languages, such as HTML, CSS, and PHP. It lead me to a path to a world I’ve never seen. And sololearn was really helpful to teach me programming.
25th Oct 2018, 6:55 PM
Potato Hacker
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Sololearn has updated on 29/07/2018 : - Sololearn PRO (paid) - Ads on Sololearn - and the bug :(
24th Oct 2018, 11:54 AM
program - avatar
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Honestly speaking what i liked n loved most abt SoloLearn is the community... Nw i can say i have a whole lot of friends all around the globe... I knew almost no to nothing abt programming before joining SoloLearn... 😊 😊 😊 😊
24th Oct 2018, 7:47 PM
Satyendra Singh
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From Sololearn, I'm only learn Web, because most of Sololean members share their code which almost is html-css-javascript and that code are very good
25th Oct 2018, 2:43 AM
danvetio - avatar
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It is so interesting and I studied many things from it
25th Oct 2018, 2:44 AM
Kadar Bahar
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In terms of Python it extended my knowledge by a bit, but it spurred my interest in knowing more. Everything else was a new language learnt.
25th Oct 2018, 9:54 PM
👑 Prometheus 🇸🇬
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Thanks for this Q&A Discussions
7th Nov 2018, 2:02 PM