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For context I have been a part of various developer communities for ~3 Years. I have found that learning with people is the best and most effective way to learn.

So here are the ways you can join a developer community:
💻 If you are a student

Many companies have their campus ambassadors/ Hack clubs / Developer club program that you can join or lead in your campus.

Some of my favorites:

⚡️Student Ambassador program @Microsoft (I am a part of this for 2 years now)
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⚡️2. Skipping the fundamentals.

⚡️3. Not joining a developer community.

⚡️4. Not creating projects from scratch.

⚡️5. Skipping Data Structures.
⚡️6. Not reading the documentation.

⚡️7. Trying to learn everything in one day.

⚡️8. Blindly following the tutorial and not extending the code or making their own version of code.

⚡️9. Not asking for help when needed.

⚡️10. Never commenting the code (In required places).
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With the hands-on approach, you get to learn a lot going on through the modules.
2. Time to read a book or official documentation

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