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Is enough to learn everything just from sololearn?

If this is true, why should I watch other educational videos and should I watch educational videos?

3rd Dec 2018, 5:00 PM
Naima Boussouak
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33 ответов
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To get a job in the field, it is possible with just SoloLearn knowledge depending on how many others are looking for a job in your area. To become a highly sought after employee, you need tons more knowledge than available from here.
3rd Dec 2018, 5:35 PM
John Wells
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Reading other people's code is one of the most important skill in the field. You will be expected to understand code in a few minutes and see the flaws in it as part of the companies review process. Even newbies have taught me a better way to code a program because we tend to approach a problem the same way every time. Others will code it completely different. As long as it works, both are fine. But, sometimes one will be significantly better in terms of speed of execution and ease of understanding. That is the goal for every line of code you write. It must be fast and everyone can understand it.
3rd Dec 2018, 5:48 PM
John Wells
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Sololearn is a good start.
5th Dec 2018, 1:12 PM
Nilavarasan  - avatar
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Of course not. Sololearn provides just basic information about programming languages, libraries and frameworks. With this information you probably can get a job as a freelancer. But I don't think it's enough to get a job at software companies.
5th Dec 2018, 4:27 PM
Igor Makarsky
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Sololearn only provides the basic of programming. However, it is a good platform to learn while having fun
4th Dec 2018, 10:14 AM
Muhd Khairul Amirin
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+ 12
Sololearn provides you with the basics of all programming languages to get deeper knowledge of any programming language you may have to study more books and resources!! The biggest thing is practice... Without this no resource will help you.. 😅
4th Dec 2018, 6:06 PM
$hardul B
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Chose the langauge, study it on Sololearn, Search for the language on Youtube, Search the web for videos and sites that give the Pros and Cons of the Language, Search what the business world wants the language to do ( Financial, Transit, Security, Food, Space, ....), Contact the industry HR Departments and ask them what skills are they looking for now and in the next 6 Months for any language.. Do not forget contractors do well too. I like the Financial Industry because I think Crypto will be used by the banking industry because this technology will save banks money and be faster than current systems now. This industry seem to be a good long term 20 year job once the rest of the world fully signs on in my view, a lot of old systems out there worldwide dont forget for Mars and the Moon too.
4th Dec 2018, 12:16 AM
Marcus Tucker
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"Is enough to learn everything just from sololearn?" Very interesting question, but keep the below paragraph for your records Opinion-based/open-ended discussions always go to the user's feed section because there's no fact, reference, or specific expertise for the topic.
4th Dec 2018, 8:29 AM
Babak - avatar
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Sololearn is a good source of informations , you can learn from here , but here are showed general infos about everything . if you want to learn more , i reccomend you to get a book.
4th Dec 2018, 10:10 AM
🍇 Alex Tușinean 💜
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Sololearn is for beginners. Even if you have all of sololearn certefications you still are not professional coder.
4th Dec 2018, 11:48 AM
_alex_ - avatar
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Learn, practice, challenge, you can easily get a better job.
4th Dec 2018, 7:22 PM
Vishal Shriwal
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Yez, who says we should watch educational proggramming videos, as i felt Sololearn is more convinient, more make me understood rather than using such videos
4th Dec 2018, 7:40 AM
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you should first learn from sololearn and practice. Then when you start writing larger projects you will need additional study from other sources. There is very little point learning more difficult things from other sources if you don't master the basics presented in sololearn.
3rd Dec 2018, 5:37 PM
ifl - avatar
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Where i get the tons of knowledge ? Pls
3rd Dec 2018, 5:38 PM
Naima Boussouak
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Yes. You should watch others educational videos. Youtube has some excellent channels. Sololearn is a nice place to start but after the intro to a subject go and research it everywhere else.
3rd Dec 2018, 11:41 PM
Genghis - avatar
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sololearn is a good foundation builder but like many of our peers have said before this is not enough to start a career. CS,CE,SE require time and practice i personally use this as a refresher. sololearn also helps with language syntax when switching about.
4th Dec 2018, 1:35 AM
Luis Rosado
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Solo learn provides fundamental knowledge of the topics which is important if you're interested in a particular one. You should refer the books too that will help more.
4th Dec 2018, 6:29 AM
Pratish Kadam
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Sololearn PROS: 1. Good place to learn the basic of most subject. 2. Community is beginner friendly. 3. Code playground and challenge make learning a lot more fun. 4. You could also meet other developer that share the same interest with you. 5. The forum is a great place since most question that I have. People have asked it before. CONS: 1. Sololearn does not cover advance stuff (at least for now). 2. The community is to friendly sometimes, that I'm afraid some people will end up depending to much on other sololearner help.
5th Dec 2018, 2:53 AM
Muhd Adam Mohd
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+ 7
Sololearn gives you the basics, but it’s your job to learn the language that you want to learn with detail. And you should watch educational videos that helps you.
11th Dec 2018, 1:05 AM
👨🏻‍💻CyberRealm👨🏻‍💻 - avatar
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sololearn is a great place to learn but dont think this is it! it’s best to learn from a few places or sources so you can compare and contrast the information you’ve learned!
4th Dec 2018, 3:08 PM
Argenis De La Rosa
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