15: Note-Taking for Coding Students (How to take notes when learning to code)
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In this episode, I breaking down different note-taking methods, tips, and tricks for when you're learning to code. Whether you're just getting started with HTML/CSS/Javascript or getting onto more advanced topics like Node or other frameworks such as React/Angular/Vue, you'll want to listen in for some good tips on taking notes when learning new programming skills. 


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RESOURCES (none sponsored)

A Mind for Numbers: A book about changing the way you think about learning.
https://www.amazon.com/Mind-Numbers-Science-Flunked-Algebra-ebook/dp/B00G3L19ZU

Thomas Frank's List of Resources (a go-to youtuber with awesome videos and resources) https://www.notion.so/d121165345b241e1b78e1f37a96a602f?v=5764950497a042129f9808ad22591bee

Learning Styles:

https://www.rasmussen.edu/student-experience/college-life/most-common-types-of-learners/

https://www.ccis.edu/offices/academicresources/writingcenter/studyskills/learningstyles.aspx


How to use comments as notes: (great find!)

https://www.takenotesguide.com/a-basic-good-coding-practise-how-to-comment-codes-and-take-notes/





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