I firmly believe that the best way to learn or dealing with is to make your own projects. Decide on something you really want, and make it. You'll be forcing yourself to learn the hard way. This should both improve your skills and make give you more confidence

Intel invests in open-source RISC-V processors, creates billion-dollar fund
Intel and RISC-V working together is a game-changer, and today is the day that RISC-V becomes a chip power.
zd.net/3HTepbf

A good video on methods one should take to become a better programmer.
Why Tutorials DON’T WORK (And What To Do Instead)
youtube.com/watch?v=AOGxYOtgHw

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