Back to basics after 1.5+ years of experience — Quarantine edition


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  1. Basics of JavaScript
  2. Syntax and Operators
  3. Variables and Data Types
  4. Arrays and Collections
  5. Generators and Iterators
  6. Modules
  7. Objects, Prototypes and Classes
  8. Functions
  9. Promises and Async Programming in JavaScript
Pluralsight JavaScript Learning Path
Handwritten notes

Taking notes

  1. It was tiring
  2. It was time consuming
  3. It wasn’t portable i.e. I had to have access to my notebook every time I wanted to re-visit the concepts
  4. Writing code by hand was too cumbersome
  5. Writing code with indentation and comments in the notebook wasn’t serving the purpose
  1. Iterators and Generators
  2. Modules in JavaScript
  3. Objects, Prototypes and Classes
  4. Functions in JavaScript
  5. Promises and Async Programming
Study notes in markdown


I) Importance of saying “NO”

II) Deadline

III) Practice. Practice. Practice.

  • you use them in a project
  • teach someone

IV) Never underestimate the tutorial length

V) Kaizen — Continuous Improvement


Every course completed has a certificate of completion
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