Build to learn: Why you should make things no one will ever use


This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. If you’ve ever built something for other people you’ll know the buzz that comes from having real users. There’s nothing quite like knowing you made something from scratch that helped or entertained another person. Once you’ve made something used by other people it might seem like it doesn’t make sense to go backwards and make things just for yourself. Except for one very good reason: to help you learn. Build to learn Building small, self-contained projects is a great way to learn and expand on your skills. When you learn by building…

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