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That's the main issue I have with any "prebuilt" project. They generally tend to be quite dry and rarely relevant to my interests. Also, a big part of programming for me is being able to piece together knowledge from various places and putting it all together to make one thing. It's a bit like lego. Having a single project tutorial that shows you everything from start to finish misses the point a bit.

I do truly believe the best way of learning to code is by working on a decent size project, but I also believe that said project should be something you're fascinated and invested in, or else it feels more like a chore and is nowhere as effective.




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