As a developer, everyday you learn something new. Where do you store this knowledge/learning?

Any personal knowledge management that can track this based on some categories or tags?
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    The fastest way of daily journaling

    Antoine Ynghttps://twitter.com/UXjabs · Written
    I think you can tweak it to use it your way ;)
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    Degreed for iOS
    Jeremy BauerWriter + Arts Instructional Designer · Written
    This is exactly the kind of thing Degreed is for. It helps you track your learning by serving as a bookmarking tool, but also as a network of both professional and informal educational resources (articles, videos, etc.). You can even create your own pathways where you collect resources in a sequence. It's s pretty modern, progressive take on education in general.
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    Codehalf

    Write code every day

    Ville Hellman (FxN)Founder Cuiseen & @CodeHalf · Written
    Ville Hellman (FxN) made this product
    Not strictly knowledge management but it lets you track notes and progress against any topics, hope that helps
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    Todoist

    Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

    Product PearsonProduct Manager @ Property4Media · Written
    Primarily a Todo app, but I use it to add notes as soon as I think of them, or something new I learn wherever I am. I can then add that to a project named "New learnings", and add comments, files/attachments if i need to add more text and information about what I have learnt in more detail. I can then go even further with labels and categorization and apply tasks to what I have learnt so I can apply this to my day to day role.
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    Antholo
    James WelchCEO @ innovationcompany.co.uk · Written
    James Welch made this product
    I store everything in antholo - bookmarks and notes/text documents
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