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Agathe Badia

As a beginner, I'm reading Eloquent JavaScript to make sure I have strong basics, completed by A Smarter Way to Learn JavaScript, which has a more hands on approach with short exercises. It's a slow process, but it helps me well so far :)

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Habdul Hazeez

Dmitry Soshnikov also has some materials covering the internals of JavaScript which can also give you a strong understanding of the language. You can read them after completing Eloquent JavaScript.

Some of his materials include:

You should also bookmark 2ality by Dr. Axel Rauschmayer.

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Arika O Author

I've seen this book recommended many times before but for some reason I never passed the first 20 pages. It didn't seem to be beginner friendly but maybe that's just me - so power to you cos' you can stick to it :). Did you finish a bootcamp here in Berlin?

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Agathe Badia

I totally feel you! It's not an easy read, but I take my time to understand each point. I guess it's the same for all complex topics. I've been through the first 4 chapters, it's only 1/3 of the book. But I'm still motivated to read it :) Bookmarks, notes and taking my time to understand. Otherwise I highly recommend A Smarter way to Learn JS, it's way more concret, small chapters and mostly practice with online exercices :)

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Agathe Badia

And yes I did a bootcamp in Berlin :D