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hey, peter, i am very lucky to find your blog, it is great. Thanks very much for sharing so much valuable acknowledge with others. I will try my best to do the same thing like you.
I want to know what is your method to learn a new programming language?
Best for your further!
My method is pretty simple:
1. I get some good books about the language that I want to learn.
2. I find video lectures about the language.
3. I find the "hidden features of <langauge>" post on stack overflow.
4. I join the #language channel on irc.freenode.net.
5. I write some simple programs to get the feel of the language.
6. I ask a lot of questions "how to do this", "how to do that" on IRC and on the appropriate stack overflow network site.
7. I write blog posts about the language. Expressing ideas about the language make me look into the language deeper and I get a better understanding of it.
That's about it.
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