The IT Industry Guide is a collection of articles and resources by Internet Academy, Japan's first learning institute specialising in the Web. Here, we introduce you to industry insights in an easy-to-understand manner.
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The biggest advantage of learning by yourself is that you can set the pace of your learning to what suits you best. Learning by yourself enhances your research skills and ability to be independent - both valuable skills for a programmer. If you are able to systematically plan your studies and keep yourself on track, this is a definite option you should consider.
Additionally, an important aspect of learning a programming language is to practice it regularly. However, when learning by yourself, there are times where you may need the motivation to continue, and the presence of other learners or a mentor to help you stay on track. This may cause a lot of learners to discontinue, simply from a lack of external catalysts.
Attending a class
A huge advantage of attending a class is that the curriculum is organised and structured by experts already, which allows you to learn much more efficiently. It also segregates your time so that you can focus on learning in a distraction-free environment while in class, and on your hobbies and other activities outside of it.
Also, questions can be solved by asking the instructor right away, so you won't carry forward your confusion of a topic to the next stage of the learning process. There is also the advantage of employment support once you complete your course.
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