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Learning method

Discussion in 'Programming & Webmastering' started by Aleksander, Aug 9, 2012.

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Best learning method

Poll closed Aug 12, 2012.
  1. Videos

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  2. Books

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  3. Teachers

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  1. Aleksander

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    @drone
    Einstein could have not really been a scientist.
    I am 100% sure about it, but i am not going to make you into believe that.
    One big genius would say:
    "If speed was the limit, why not mass?"
    And that is what einstein had to say.
    I am just helping you, so you can help humanity.
    When i was 18 years old i found out that something was faster than light and i even posted it in this forum!
    Though i am not going to find it!!! I just remember 3 comments in total.
    I understand that people with A+ in US and 10 in EU, are just some kind of people who pay for courses,
    who study everyday, but really can you image 3 girls in your class, which stay all 3 together everytime,
    where all get A+ in all subjects, even in physics and gym?
    That is fu**in ridiculous. And that is the real truth, all these 3 girls are ridiculous.
    BUT there is someone in darkness, who has always shed light to imagination, who is always getting F+ or 5,
    who is creating Facebook and gets 5 or F+ in computer science (mark zuckenberg from what i know),
    who creates formulas in math and has to pay teachers like 500$ to get a F+/5 and has to pay the physics teacher
    to get 5/F+ and has to create a kind of camera with two lens to get a 5 in photography, who has to find
    gold to get a 5 in chemistry, who has to use OOP for even making a web database to get a 5,
    or create terrains in C++ and get a 5, or has to learn sheakspeare by heart to get a 5 and there
    is a BIG LIST OF THINGS, that i cannot even tell you, that these things happen.

    This list is not for haterZ, but for those who believe in what they have, no matter what sh$$ is thrown into their life.
    So actually, belief is the best lesson you will ever get, that only life will teach. I thought that Einstein was that genius
    that i could never even dream of and in 2 years i found myself 'ruining' everything he had made.
    I know that it sounds pretending, but is like magicians who look like fools when you know the trick.
  2. Aleksander

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    One weird thing i have noticed in a lot of books is that they mention IE and Firefox, not google chrome which is the best for me. Why dont the authors mention its name?
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    Teachers. no doubt.
    try learn tantra from book or video. :)
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    Hot teachers! :D
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    Perhaps when the book was written Google Chrome did not exist yet, or was not very popular.
    You can look here at monthly browser statistics.
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    I clicked on the "look inside" portion on the Amazon site and Chrome is listed several times. (shrug)
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    It looks like they use Firebug as well, so yeah Firefox there.
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    Wait, i was wrong, but not at all. It really mentions inside the book chrome,
    but it didn't mention it in the part "WHAT JQUERY IS GOOD AT" with this stupid proverb:

    "It’s difficult not to marvel at how much time is saved getting things
    running in both IE and Firefox with jQuery."

    Where is Chrome?
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Or Safari or Opera or Lynx or Konqueror. That is not uncommon at all, it'd be a bitch to write out every single browser out there. I have XHTML/PHP books that only mentions FF and IE as well. 's nothing to worry about.
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    Ok, but chrome is the fastest from benches made all around the world
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    So?
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    So it sounds weird for picking IE and Firefox

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