3 Aug 2018
5 min read
I’ll also mention a couple of resources that helped me to learn these basics.
It’s hard to become a strong developer without knowledge of the core of the language itself. Just as you need to understand fundamental principles of the law before you can jump into a particular field of law. This comparison is purely accidental. 😉
I understand that the majority of aspiring web developers want to get hired as soon as possible. I wanted this as well.
Or is it better to understand how the language which all these libraries and frameworks are based on works under the hood?
But there are still some good ones…
If you’re more a video course person, you can watch Kyle’s online courses. I guess the best thing you can do is to watch them as a companion to his books since the topics are the same. However, these courses are paid.
Should you remember only one thing from this post:
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