Best way to get strong grasp of coding?

Updated on October 12, 2018 in General
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4 on September 25, 2018

I am a freshman at college taking fundamentals of C# with Visual Studio. Instead of using the form based application in Visual Studio i branched off and started using the command form application i am struggling to remember algorithms and creating projects without references or tutorials. Should i go back to the Form based to get a better handle of the fundamentals or stick with the Command form instead. My main question is how do you get coding down to the point where you can remember what everything does.

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0 on September 29, 2018

u just have to practice more and more dude ! and join a good community where u can get feedback about ur programms 

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1 on October 11, 2018

I am learning C# and I am older.  And practice seems to be the only real way to get a better understanding.  Forget sitting and watching you tube.

 

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0 on October 12, 2018

Like said above, practice makes permanent, but I would also take a look at HOW you learn most efficiently.  If you haven’t taken a look at it already, take a glance at Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory.  It might help you to better understand how you learn and put into place methods that can assist you to learn more effectively and efficiently.  

 

For instance, for me I learn most effectively when I’m able to see it being done (visual/spacial intelligence) and so once you show me how to do something, I’m far more likely to know how to do it than if you simply told me how to do it and sent me on my way. Some people learn better if music is listened to while studying.  Some people study better while chewing gum (kinesthetic learning by  association).  Find what works for you and make it yours. 

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