Effective PyCharm Transcripts
Chapter: Conclusion
Lecture: How to remember all these features

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0:00 Do you remember how you felt when you looked at the screen at the beginning of this course
0:04 It probably felt overwhelming. Maybe it doesn't feel that way so much anymore.
0:09 You probably go, yeah, there's the project and I'll look that to do things That was cool. And here's the database stuff and so on.
0:14 But there are still a lot of features that I'm sure I'm going to take some practice and some reinforcement to make part of your daily work.
0:23 Recall, I give you a plan on how to do that. Here is a good time to put that plan into action. Starts with discovery.
0:30 Congratulations. You made it to the end of the course. We've covered so many things and you have definitely discovered them along the way.
0:36 So check that one off next is to recall it and the third is to practice it. But I give you three ideas on what you might do here.
0:45 One is go and get the cheat sheet. Remember it's linked right on the homepage. Read me of the GitHub repository. They'll get that and keep it handy.
0:53 That'll help you know, some of the things you can do and maybe emphasize which
0:58 ones you want to work on install presentation assistant that will show you as you interact with different parts of the app that oh look,
1:05 here's the hockey or here's an easier way to use that feature and finally sticky notes or a note pad full of notes or even some kind of to do list,
1:14 write down the things that you're like, this is really important. I haven't been using this. But if I did, it would make a huge difference for me,
1:20 write those down, make sure you're focusing on one of them for a day or for a week, something like that.
1:27 Once you get that feature and that blow really down, you know, check it off, throw away the sticky note, pull up the next one to go,
1:34 All right, I'm gonna try to make a concerted effort of using this feature this
1:37 week or this day, whatever timeframe you're working on those three things, I think you'll be able to make these ideas from this course,
1:44 stick and get even more value out of it.

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