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>at job interview
>our philosophy is to learn by DOING, not by watching training videos
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Thank fuck. Training videos blow.
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>>88029246
hmm? learning by doing is the best way to learn.
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>>88029246
that's great
what is the problem?
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> frogposter
> stupid opinion
never would've thought
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>>88029246
never have learned by just watching except for maybe sticking hole shaped not hole in hole (pc building)
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>>88029284
>>88029314
>>88029315
1. Unless you literally slam the keyboard and hope to accidentally solve your problem, you are not "learning by doing". You are likely just consuming educational content in a different form to learn as this is a requirement before you "do" anything.
2. Watching training videos and "doing" are not mutually exclusive
It's fine to prefer one form of content over another but I can't stand midwits acting high and mighty because they read stack overflow posts instead of watching videos or reading books.



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