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One Rule to Rule Them All: Learning in Public

Gift Egwuenu
September 23, 2021

One Rule to Rule Them All: Learning in Public

As developers, we already know we have to stay learning to keep up to date with the latest in the industry. How do you find the most efficient way to learn new things?
In this talk, we'll explore different learning techniques that you can use to learn new concepts with a core focus on Learning In Public and why it's a proven technique that works.

Gift Egwuenu

September 23, 2021

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  2. The case for learning and need to stay up to

    date. Keynote Agenda Learning Techniques Feyman's Technique, Spaced Repetition, Learning In Public. Learning In Public The What, Why, and How.
  3. Learning Techniques Everyone has different ways of learning that works

    for them, figuring the best technique is key in finding an efficient way to learn new things.
  4. Exploring Learning Techniques Feynman's Technique 01 01 02 02 Guided

    and Unguided Learning 03 03 Spaced Repetition 04 04 Learning In Public
  5. The Feynman's Technique In this technique, you explain a concept

    you're learning to yourself in a simple way to find gaps in your knowledge. Choose a subject to study Pretend to explain it to a child Identify gaps in your explanation and return to the source Simplify your explanation and create a story.
  6. Guided and Unguided Learning Guided learning follows a path (tutorials,

    courses, video), on the other hand, Unguided learning stems from learning from different resources(docs, building from scratch) without a known path.
  7. 01 01 03 03 05 05 02 02 04 04

    06 06 Write Blogs and Tutorials Speak at Meetup / Conference Ask and Answers Questions on Stackoverflow or Reddit Videos on Twitch / Youtube Start a newsletter Making Zines, Sketchnotes, Cartoons
  8. Why it works? There's a proven success rate from actively

    learning in public. The 1% Rule The Cunningham's Law Build Connections
  9. “The impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned

    is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you. You open your safe and find ashes.” —Annie Dillard