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How to Learn JavaScript Properly – JavaScript Is Sexy

How to Learn JavaScript Properly – JavaScript Is Sexy
Learn JavaScript Properly (For Beginners and Experienced Programmers) This study guide, which I also refer to as a course outline and a road map, gives you a structured and instructive outline for learning JavaScript properly. In fact, you will find two study guides below, one for absolute beginners and the other for experienced programmers and web developers. You do want to learn JavaScript. I presume you are here for that reason, and you have made a wise decision. For if you want to develop modern websites and web applications (including an internet startup), or if you want a high-paying developer job ($75K to $250K+), JavaScript is undoubtedly the best web-development language to learn today, unless you want to develop native iOS or Android apps exclusively. Table of Contents Study Groups People have started study groups for this study guide. What You will Learn How Will Your Life Change After You Learn JavaScript Properly? Be Empowered Resources for the Two Study Guides Don’t use Safari.

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