The big thing was finishing exercise 16.20. This exercise felt quite challenging, as it required understanding exactly how a function that someone else wrote, and then expanding it using a function that was similar required different inputs and a different set of recursions. I may work on a write-up or video of it.
Read Chapter 2 of Wendell Odom’s CCNA guide. While the video courses feel a bit easier and are maybe less “dry”(a common critique of Odom’s book), for me anyways they are much harder to retain information or study from. This book in particular is divided into chunks that are a great size for studying. This makes sense as they are written with studying in mind and have a section at the beginning that tells you exactly how they are meant to be used.
The reading sections of each chapter consist of around 1 - 1.5 hours worth of material, and they have very clear review sections at the end of each chapter. There are also other “review” subdivisions that I will discuss when I get to them.
My plan up to this point has been to read the chapter on one day and then create Anki flash cards on the next day using the review section as a guide. I will detail this process more later. As an aid to the creation of flash cards, I also purchased the Premium Digital Edition of the book directly through Pearson. The print version of the book includes an excellent coupon for this that makes it very affordable.
Finished re-reading the basic Jekyll Step-by-Step Tutorial.