One of the top courses on Coursera, Learning How to Learn, asserts that you can trick yourself into thinking you are learning if you don't regularly test your knowledge. It is very easy to read YDKJS all the way through and think you know it all simply because you read it. These exercises are supposed to help you determine your strengths and your weaknesses.
This project was bootstrapped with create-react-app, and uses React Router for routing and styled components for styling. The project is active and growing! Our biggest effort currently is growing our number of exercises.
Join us on Discord! https://discord.gg/F9Cs5tW
Users, lurkers, contributers, everyone is welcome!
The immediate next steps are the following:
Longer term goals are the following:
$ npm install
$ npm start
This project is absolutely accepting pull requests (first-timers welcome!).
Check out CONTRIBUTING.md for more information and a breakdown of the code.
Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):
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Kevin Y. Kim
Ewe Lin Loo
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Maria Esther Cuan
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Syberen van Munster
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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!