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The blog is all about sharing ideas and having fun learning about new things without the pressure of traditional education.
Too often, I find teachers who are trying to scare people away with a bunch of theory. They don't do it on purpose. They simply think of it as the most "correct" way of learning, and sure it's true that in theory, but it doesn't always translate well to reality.
How often haven't you read a bunch of theory on a topic you didn't understand well, and find that you don't understand it much better after all of this studying.
I don’t think this strategy is optimal for learning.
Instead, I believe learning should be done through experimenting by getting your hands dirty as soon as possible, and that big, scary, math equation should be saved until you really need it.
If you enjoy a concept first and learn by example approach, you will feel right at home here.
That is not to say the theory is not important; it's immensely important. Afterall, it's the theory that makes the practical possible, and, well, practical. Learning the theory behind is just as important as understanding how to use something, but it's often best saved for a page or two later after page one.