"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
2 Appendix 1: analysis of Anki study time1 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIsAugmenting Long-term Memory2020-09-24Journal1 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs2 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs3 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs4 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs5 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs6 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs7 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIsAppendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs A good use for Anki is to assist in learning APIs. Here's some patterns which work for me, and a few warnings about anti-patterns. It begins with me deciding there's some API I'd like to learn to use in a project. Some of the time, I just want to use the API a little – say, for 50-100 lines of code, or even just some 1-10 line code snippets. In that case I'm best off winging it, adapting snippets from elsewhere, and consulting the docs as needed. Index Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 1 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 2 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 3 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 4 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 5 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 6 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs 7 Appendix 2: Using Anki to learn APIs