Best way to learn at work

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Posted 3/9/18 , edited 3/9/18
So I'm thinking, if I have a recorder on my computer that records my computer screen for my daily programming life at work. It really helps people learn. I mean seeing is believing. I mean everything is done on the screen except if you probably pressed the magic window key . Anyhow, hardware could technically be taught in the same way except, you know, it's on a bread board. If they could translate it to a schematic it would be much easier. When I built my Lego I really hard trouble reading this 3 dimensional schematic, with some help from my dad I was able to complete it.

I taught myself Unity 3D this way, shameful to say I am far from being an expert, I only know some simple programming gimmicks.

You can't teach a person math, but if you have to it would be like choosing date from a calendar. Thought bubbles etc.

Anyway I was never taught to read an instruction manual, if you give me a book I'll probably use it as a pillow
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Posted 22 days ago , edited 22 days ago
Watching someone else’s work and repeating the same actions helps people to learn anything at all. In this way they gain experience and some understanding of what is happening. As for me it can be a good way to learn. I think the same can be practiced with writing an essay https://artscolumbia.org/essays/essay-about-myself-example-of-yourself-essay-for-students-52910/, by the way a very interesting essay.
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