It's a good idea to find a guru with the experience and pay the money to have it somehow transferred to the experience?

Programming is a craft. Earlier there was a system of "master and apprentice". And now a lot of the inept coders.
Here's the plan:
  1. read the 30 most recommended. books (2 of 30 there )
  2. find a guru or more knowledgeable coder in your field and pay for a master class, then find the trail.guru and go 10-15 people.


I think the experience will grow exponentially. No time to make all the mistakes myself..
What do you think?
June 14th 19 at 19:10
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June 14th 19 at 19:12
Solution
Want to learn how to BOX!
Here's the plan:
1. Read the 30 most popular books on Boxing.
2. To find a world Boxing champion to have held a master class. Then former Champions, and so 10-15 people.

I think the experience will grow exponentially. No time to fight for myself.
June 14th 19 at 19:14
Solution
Your experience will grow exponentially as soon as you go to work for the money (preferably in good company). And to get to work for the money, it is enough to read 1-2 books on the profile and make 1 or 2 personal project.
June 14th 19 at 19:16
Have you ever thought about private clinics where you specifically come up with the disease?
June 14th 19 at 19:18
The experience will grow if you apply what you read.

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