I’d like to start a series of learning tips. I hope this is useful for you and for me as reminder. So here is the first tips.
Declaring or put a goal like (for example) I’d like to learn programming, is often and most likely useless. One should accomplish something to effectively learn. The result may not be perfect but in the process, we learn. In the example of learning to program, one can set a goal to accomplish a simple software written in the program that she/he wants to learn.
In my case, I set to learn to use a numerical porous media simulator. I have installed the software, download the manuals. But I cannot make progress since I didn’t set a goal to accomplish something.
See you in the next tips.