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Can you recommend one good programming educator to follow for intermediate-level programmers?

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Rob Connery has great courses on PostgreSQL, RethinkDB, and MeteorJS and other really cool tech.

He's written the Imposter's Handbook, which is a book that discusses computer science in a way that is helpful to someone who has been doing this as a career but does not have a CS degree: sorting algorithms, programming paradigms, languages, etc. explained in a super clear way.

He's created a very interesting course on the Elixir programming language where you learn it by actually building an astronomy project, calculating escape velocities and other exciting stuff.

He then did it again with a book on PostgresSQL.

Plus he's a clear speaker and fun to listen to - surely recommended!

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