|I've been thinking about this alot lately and working on a prototype in my free time, and maybe I'm just missing things that are already out there. But anyway, I was wondering:|
what are the sites you use to really learn programming, not c syntax or basic/mid level stuff but things like linux kernel internals, How webkit works, or programming your own js libs?
Where do these sites fall short? Or if not and they're great, why?
Basically, what are your media/video learning resources (ie not reading source code) once you've gotten to a higher level?
For me personally, I find I learn very little from most conference videos (ontwik for example), also I rarely have the time to actually complete most online "courses" like standford or whatever, so what I'd like to have is a site where I could go to for 30 minutes, look over the devs shoulder as he builds his own Node Chat server or whatever, and then go on having learned something.
Anyone have any thoughts here? Thanks!