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Here's a (possibly opinionated! :-) ) list of books/resources that might be helpful: Check out the third part of our online $$\mathrm\LaTeX$$ course The LaTeX wikibook covers quite a bit of advanced stuff, including lower-level topics like lengths, boxes, macros, creating packages, etc. Stefan Kottwitz's LaTeX Cookbook is nicely structured, with a lot of good examples. The classic LaTeX Companion is still a classic, in our opinion. Nicola Talbot's new book LaTeX for Administrative Work is a lot of fun—automating many tasks with LaTeX. No LaTeX book list is complete without The TeX Book and TeX by Topic, especially if you're interested in the actual working details of TeX and LaTeX Take a look at this TeX.SX question for more inspiration! Also, hanging around on TeX.SX to browse and answer questions would also help gain quite a bit of experience. You can also follow Overleaf's twitter feed about our Gallery updates for interesting examples.