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Enki

The 5-minute daily workout for your dev skills

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Kirill Makharinsky
@kirill · CEO, Enki
Thanks for posting @erictwillis. We’re thrilled to be on ProductHunt today. Enki helps professional developers level up their programming skills every day through a fun, daily workout on their mobile. Each workout gives you the best tips, tricks, features and challenges designed to sharpen your knowledge, teach useful hacks, and introduce concepts you didn'… See more

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Kirill Makharinsky
@kirill · CEO, Enki
Thanks for posting @erictwillis. We’re thrilled to be on ProductHunt today. Enki helps professional developers level up their programming skills every day through a fun, daily workout on their mobile. Each workout gives you the best tips, tricks, features and challenges designed to sharpen your knowledge, teach useful hacks, and introduce concepts you didn'… See more
Ken Wheeler
@ken_wheeler · Purveyor of fine javascripts
This may be my favorite approach to learning ever. I consider myself to be proficient in the languages that I opted to receive insights on, but without fail, every day I was presented with an insight that I wasn't familiar with. Coupled with the games, every morning I walked away having learned something and proceeded to use my newfound knowledge in my wor… See more
Todd Motto
@toddmotto · Founder, Voux.io
I’ve been alpha testing Enki for a little while, after helping out and contributing to the Angular material. Really useful sidekick of an app, looking forward to how this evolves further! One question I did have: how are you deciding what the three recommended options to learn today should be for me? Cheers guys keep up the great work! :)
Dan Kaplan
@dankaplan · I help startups tell their stories.
This is a really interesting concept. Like @bentossell, I am super curious if short, sprint-like mental workouts and exercises can really move the needle on developing/sharpening hard skills. @kirill is one smart entrepreneur and if he believes this approach to skill acquisition works, I'm wide open to it.
Mitchell Stewart
@mitchellstewart · CTO of Guru
This really appeals to me, half the problem I have trying to keep up is finding the right resources to read and learn. The other half is taking the time to actually learn it. I'm very interested to see this implemented and would even offer this as part of a larger continuous learning package I would offer to my employees.