Pankaj Shet wrote:I am glad to know how you (Tim) manage to read all these books from cover to cover, managing office work, and will like to learn the time management skills from you.
Pankaj Shet wrote:I am glad to know how you manage to read all these books
Tim Holloway wrote:I don't even like my news and entertainment sites to auto-play without permission and I choose my sources accordingly.
div tripathi wrote:Which way of learning as developer do you prefer, video tutorials or reading a book?
Marco Behler wrote:A question for all, especially for the video critics like Les Morgan or Sean:
I have been producing quite a few Java screencasts lately ( www.marcobehler.com ) and would honestly appreciate your real opinion (yup positive or negative - also, feel free to send me a PM and I'll give you a temporary free account to watch all videos)
Tim Cooke wrote:I much prefer a book because I like to read up on things while travelling to and from work on the train. If it's on a topic that really intrigues me then I'll complement the effort with some code experimentation on the computer. This is why my office desk looks like this:
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