Reviewing what I learn through Teamtreehouse courses

The worst way to learn is to watch something and not do anything. The best way to learn is to get knowledge and put it to use. The best way to master something is to practice it and for a long period of time. My mistake was not putting to use what I learned so because I didn’t practice it gets lost. On the contrary if you practice it you learn even more thus the mastery aspect of it.
There is more to this story but the main idea is that you have to practice as much as possible. How can you practice? Talk about what you learned. Make what you learned again and again. Create something new based on the lesson. Teach others and document it.
My goal now is to do a short recap on what a course entails and what I learned from it after going through it. I could also add an example of what you can create with the course section.

I’ve gone through various courses in the treehouse library and I even completed the Web Design Track. That track has since been updated with new content and older content has also been removed. This is actually great because it feels like it keeps things fresh and up to date. When I finished the Web Design Track previously I had a sense of accomplishment but not much confidence I had learned to the best of my ability. This time I will be going through it again with the benefit of having new content (courses) along with documenting my learning and practicing it as I mentioned before.

If you want a quick glance of the courses in the Web Design Track I will post a list of them at the end of this post. Or you can view it your self by visiting this URL: https://teamtreehouse.com/tracks/web-design

  • Introduction to HTML and CSS
  • HTML Basics
  • Web Design Process
  • CSS Basics
  • CSS Selectors
  • HTML Forms
  • HTML Tables
  • Web Typography
  • CSS Layout Basics
  • Responsive Layouts
  • CSS Flexbox Layout
  • Bootstrap 4 Basics
  • Prototyping in the Browser
  • CSS Transitions and Transforms
  • SVG Basics
  • Animating SVG with CSS
  • Sass Basics
  • CSS Grid Layout
  • -=Track Complete=-

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