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“Every time you learn something new create a question and answer flashcard and add this card to Anki.”

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ibraries and gotchas if you want to build large applications. Because technical material can be so abstract and dry, you forget particularly quickly. The first rule of Janki boosts your memory: <span>“Every time you learn something new create a question and answer flashcard and add this card to Anki.” Anki is a Spaced Repetition System. Most algorithms make computers efficient; Anki makes you efficient. Using the minimal number of repetitions necessary for permanent retention, Anki d




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“Only add a card to your deck after having tried to use the item of knowledge therein.”

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ing code out that you will notice the nuances of these rules, and really understanding the language, techniques, and commands in question. The fourth rule of Janki grounds knowledge in reality: <span>“Only add a card to your deck after having tried to use the item of knowledge therein.” Say you are working on an application powered by an SQL database. To build it you will need to refer to literature on database design and SQL (a query language for selecting records fro




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“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.”

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most unreasonable will forgive you. They will not, however, feel so forgiving the second or third time you get the same thing wrong. The fifth rule of Janki method minimizes mistake repetition. <span>“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.” By applying this rule you will substitute real world mistakes with Janki reviews, and you will consequently learn from your mistakes more quickly and with less embarrassment and real wo




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“Learn in context. Pick a project, and learn only what you need to get it done.”

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mental context needed to assimilate that knowledge effectively. Incomplete understanding and wasted effort ensues. The third rule of Janki keeps you focused on what is important in the moment: <span>“Learn in context. Pick a project, and learn only what you need to get it done.” When I was writing this blog post I didn’t know how to add images in the Textile language. Step 1: I Googled it. Step 2: I tried the code out by adding an image to the post. Step 3: Aft




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“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.”

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ble experience, and for this reason you must never miss an opportunity to grow your knowledge in these overarching issues. The sixth rule of Janki method encourages regular critical reflection: <span>“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.” After a large project, such as completion of a new app, take some time to reflect. Ask yourself big questions, such as: Did I waste time going down any dead ends? Is there anything I co




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“Delete or modify any incorrect, outdated, difficult to remember, incomplete or unnecessary cards. Update existing cards as improved understanding dawns.”

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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
ese connections in your decks you add a layer of redundancy to your knowledge representation that further insures against future forgetting, The seventh rule of Janki keeps your decks in shape. <span>“Delete or modify any incorrect, outdated, difficult to remember, incomplete or unnecessary cards. Update existing cards as improved understanding dawns.” The following shows a poor understanding of Git, later updated with a more nuanced understanding. Problem 8: We Do Not Reference Primary Sources Graphic designers, artists, architects a




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“Read code regularly. If you come across something interesting – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.”

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you like, and lots of things you don’t like. With time you will find your own style. The eighth rule of Janki encourages you to use your readings of other people’s code as a source of learning: <span>“Read code regularly. If you come across something interesting – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.” Janki Method: More Than Just A Memory Aid My initial goal with using Anki to learn was to stop myself from forgetting, and Anki delivered on this promise. What I wasn’t expecting was th




#cs #janki

Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met:

  • a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on).

  • b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL)

  • c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery).

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It’s not always easy to distinguish between knowledge worth keeping long term and knowledge only needed short term To help me with the decision I came up with this schema: |bubo-selection-start|<span>Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). What are the main keyboard shortcuts I need to know? You will be reviewing your cards everyday so small time-savings here quickly compound. Keyboard shortcuts are crucial. Press Enter t




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Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met:

  • a) The fact contains [...] (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on).

  • b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL)

  • c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery).

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general wisdom about computer science


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Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probabl

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It’s not always easy to distinguish between knowledge worth keeping long term and knowledge only needed short term To help me with the decision I came up with this schema: |bubo-selection-start|<span>Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). What are the main keyboard shortcuts I need to know? You will be reviewing your cards everyday so small time-savings here quickly compound. Keyboard shortcuts are crucial. Press Enter t







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Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met:

  • a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on).

  • b) The fact relates to a [...] (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL)

  • c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery).

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major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay


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onditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a <span>major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some tim

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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
It’s not always easy to distinguish between knowledge worth keeping long term and knowledge only needed short term To help me with the decision I came up with this schema: |bubo-selection-start|<span>Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). What are the main keyboard shortcuts I need to know? You will be reviewing your cards everyday so small time-savings here quickly compound. Keyboard shortcuts are crucial. Press Enter t







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Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met:

  • a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on).

  • b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL)

  • c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is [...]. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery).

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something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time


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echnology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is <span>something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). <span>

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It’s not always easy to distinguish between knowledge worth keeping long term and knowledge only needed short term To help me with the decision I came up with this schema: |bubo-selection-start|<span>Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). What are the main keyboard shortcuts I need to know? You will be reviewing your cards everyday so small time-savings here quickly compound. Keyboard shortcuts are crucial. Press Enter t







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Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met:

  • a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on).

  • b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL)

  • c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in [...], since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery).

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high demand


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git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in <span>high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). <span>

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It’s not always easy to distinguish between knowledge worth keeping long term and knowledge only needed short term To help me with the decision I came up with this schema: |bubo-selection-start|<span>Only enter a card into your decks if one of the following conditions is met: a) The fact contains general wisdom about computer science (refactoring, regular expressions, object orientated programming, memory issues and so on). b) The fact relates to a major technology that has been around for a long time and is probably here to stay (Linux, Ruby, Javascript, VIM, git, HTML, CSS, SQL) c) The fact, while part of a library that is likely to change, is something I use everyday and something I foresee using for some time. Bonus points if the technology is in high demand, since this equates to higher consulting rates. (Rails, jQuery). What are the main keyboard shortcuts I need to know? You will be reviewing your cards everyday so small time-savings here quickly compound. Keyboard shortcuts are crucial. Press Enter t







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“Read [...] regularly. If you come across something interesting – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.”
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code


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you like, and lots of things you don’t like. With time you will find your own style. The eighth rule of Janki encourages you to use your readings of other people’s code as a source of learning: <span>“Read code regularly. If you come across something interesting – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.” Janki Method: More Than Just A Memory Aid My initial goal with using Anki to learn was to stop myself from forgetting, and Anki delivered on this promise. What I wasn’t expecting was th







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“Read code regularly. If you come across something [...] – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.”
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interesting


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“Read code regularly. If you come across something interesting – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.”

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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
you like, and lots of things you don’t like. With time you will find your own style. The eighth rule of Janki encourages you to use your readings of other people’s code as a source of learning: <span>“Read code regularly. If you come across something interesting – be that an algorithm, a hack, or an architectural decision - create a card detailing the technique and showing the code.” Janki Method: More Than Just A Memory Aid My initial goal with using Anki to learn was to stop myself from forgetting, and Anki delivered on this promise. What I wasn’t expecting was th







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incorrect, outdated, difficult to remember, incomplete or unnecessary


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ese connections in your decks you add a layer of redundancy to your knowledge representation that further insures against future forgetting, The seventh rule of Janki keeps your decks in shape. <span>“Delete or modify any incorrect, outdated, difficult to remember, incomplete or unnecessary cards. Update existing cards as improved understanding dawns.” The following shows a poor understanding of Git, later updated with a more nuanced understanding. Problem 8: We Do Not Reference Primary Sources Graphic designers, artists, architects a







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“Delete or modify any incorrect, outdated, difficult to remember, incomplete or unnecessary cards. [...] existing cards as improved understanding dawns.”

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Update


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ese connections in your decks you add a layer of redundancy to your knowledge representation that further insures against future forgetting, The seventh rule of Janki keeps your decks in shape. <span>“Delete or modify any incorrect, outdated, difficult to remember, incomplete or unnecessary cards. Update existing cards as improved understanding dawns.” The following shows a poor understanding of Git, later updated with a more nuanced understanding. Problem 8: We Do Not Reference Primary Sources Graphic designers, artists, architects a







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“At the end of every project ask yourself what [...] and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.”

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lessons you learned


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ble experience, and for this reason you must never miss an opportunity to grow your knowledge in these overarching issues. The sixth rule of Janki method encourages regular critical reflection: <span>“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.” After a large project, such as completion of a new app, take some time to reflect. Ask yourself big questions, such as: Did I waste time going down any dead ends? Is there anything I co







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differently


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“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.”

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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
ble experience, and for this reason you must never miss an opportunity to grow your knowledge in these overarching issues. The sixth rule of Janki method encourages regular critical reflection: <span>“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.” After a large project, such as completion of a new app, take some time to reflect. Ask yourself big questions, such as: Did I waste time going down any dead ends? Is there anything I co







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benefit of hindsight


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“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.”

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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
ble experience, and for this reason you must never miss an opportunity to grow your knowledge in these overarching issues. The sixth rule of Janki method encourages regular critical reflection: <span>“At the end of every project ask yourself what lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you were to repeat the project with the benefit of hindsight.” After a large project, such as completion of a new app, take some time to reflect. Ask yourself big questions, such as: Did I waste time going down any dead ends? Is there anything I co







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context


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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
mental context needed to assimilate that knowledge effectively. Incomplete understanding and wasted effort ensues. The third rule of Janki keeps you focused on what is important in the moment: <span>“Learn in context. Pick a project, and learn only what you need to get it done.” When I was writing this blog post I didn’t know how to add images in the Textile language. Step 1: I Googled it. Step 2: I tried the code out by adding an image to the post. Step 3: Aft







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get it done


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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
mental context needed to assimilate that knowledge effectively. Incomplete understanding and wasted effort ensues. The third rule of Janki keeps you focused on what is important in the moment: <span>“Learn in context. Pick a project, and learn only what you need to get it done.” When I was writing this blog post I didn’t know how to add images in the Textile language. Step 1: I Googled it. Step 2: I tried the code out by adding an image to the post. Step 3: Aft







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“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the [...] in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.”

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lessons


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“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.”

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most unreasonable will forgive you. They will not, however, feel so forgiving the second or third time you get the same thing wrong. The fifth rule of Janki method minimizes mistake repetition. <span>“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.” By applying this rule you will substitute real world mistakes with Janki reviews, and you will consequently learn from your mistakes more quickly and with less embarrassment and real wo







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“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to [...] that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.”

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prevent


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most unreasonable will forgive you. They will not, however, feel so forgiving the second or third time you get the same thing wrong. The fifth rule of Janki method minimizes mistake repetition. <span>“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.” By applying this rule you will substitute real world mistakes with Janki reviews, and you will consequently learn from your mistakes more quickly and with less embarrassment and real wo







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“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this [...] into new flashcards.”

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insight


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u make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this <span>insight into new flashcards.” <span>

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most unreasonable will forgive you. They will not, however, feel so forgiving the second or third time you get the same thing wrong. The fifth rule of Janki method minimizes mistake repetition. <span>“Every time you make a mistake carry out a post-mortem and try to figure out the lessons in the experience. Think about what you would need to know to prevent that mistake from occurring again, and turn this insight into new flashcards.” By applying this rule you will substitute real world mistakes with Janki reviews, and you will consequently learn from your mistakes more quickly and with less embarrassment and real wo







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having tried


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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
ing code out that you will notice the nuances of these rules, and really understanding the language, techniques, and commands in question. The fourth rule of Janki grounds knowledge in reality: <span>“Only add a card to your deck after having tried to use the item of knowledge therein.” Say you are working on an application powered by an SQL database. To build it you will need to refer to literature on database design and SQL (a query language for selecting records fro







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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
ibraries and gotchas if you want to build large applications. Because technical material can be so abstract and dry, you forget particularly quickly. The first rule of Janki boosts your memory: <span>“Every time you learn something new create a question and answer flashcard and add this card to Anki.” Anki is a Spaced Repetition System. Most algorithms make computers efficient; Anki makes you efficient. Using the minimal number of repetitions necessary for permanent retention, Anki d







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“Every time you learn something new create a [...] flashcard and add this card to Anki.”

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question and answer


statusnot learnedmeasured difficulty37% [default]last interval [days]               
repetition number in this series0memorised on               scheduled repetition               
scheduled repetition interval               last repetition or drill

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“Every time you learn something new create a question and answer flashcard and add this card to Anki.”

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Janki Method | Jack Kinsella
ibraries and gotchas if you want to build large applications. Because technical material can be so abstract and dry, you forget particularly quickly. The first rule of Janki boosts your memory: <span>“Every time you learn something new create a question and answer flashcard and add this card to Anki.” Anki is a Spaced Repetition System. Most algorithms make computers efficient; Anki makes you efficient. Using the minimal number of repetitions necessary for permanent retention, Anki d