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Asabeneh
Asabeneh

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The first JavaScript Challenge in 2020: 30 Days Of JavaScript Challenge

πŸŽ‰ HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2020 πŸŽ‰

I am a programming teacher and I love teaching. I teach JavaScript, React, Redux, Node and Python. In the end of 2019, I was thinking to expand my teaching and to reach to global audience and I started a Python challenge from November 20 - December 19. It was one of the most rewarding and inspiring experience. I managed to reach more than 15 thousand people. Many started to use the material and the github repo was trending on github for one day. Some of the participants have asked me to create a JavaScript and React challenge.

Now, I have just launched a 30DaysOfJavaScript challenge. In this challenge, you will learn everything you need about JavaScript. At the end of the challenge I will use Node, Express,EJS, and MondoDB to develop a fullstack application. In addition to that the challenge will have about more than 5 DOM projects.

Let's start the new year with JavaScript. Many of you have been waiting for it for so long, finally it is here.

DAY 1 of 30DaysOfJavaScript has been released.

πŸ’» JavaScript Challenge Github: ttps://https://lnkd.in/efqy_df
πŸ’» Python challenge Github: https://github.com/Asabeneh/30-Days-Of-Python
πŸ‘₯ Join the group:https://t.me/ThirtyDaysOfJavaScript

πŸ“… Start your new year or monthly resolution with coding.

Good Luck!! ✨
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Donatas • Edited on

This year is about learning new stuff and getting back on the right track again, why not start with this amazing gem?! I'm in. Thank you for this!

It will be also good practice to re-learn GitHub, as I'm about to upgrade my PC in the middle of the month. And never really used the platform on my solo stuff.

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Martin Nepita

Definitely a great way to start this new year coding!! best wishes from Tijuana Mexico! keep it up.

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Adriele Rodrigues

Good job! Thank you for this!

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<A.BONFIGLIO/>

Thank you Asabeneh! 🀩

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Isaac Chibuike Jnr

Can you contact me please I want to take any of the courses.?

+2348147569109
Isaacchibuikejnr@gmail.com

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Asabeneh Author • Edited on

The courses are available for free. Just click the links and start learning.

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Asabeneh Author

I do all the communication via LinkedIn. You can follow me on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/asabeneh/

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vickyktk

Yeah !!! Good initiative!!!
People will learn a lot

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Hina-softwareEngineer

Good job. I am also searching for this. Thanks.

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Mike Campbell

This is absolutely incredible! You've put a lot of work in, and I'm excited to see how this goes

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Mohannad

Thank you for the hard work.

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Lucas Bittencourt • Edited on

Fix "JavaScript Challenge Github" link, it's duplicated

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Curwen Arthurs

Approximately how much hours would it take to complete? I have already started reading through the materials. Thanks for this initiative.

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Asabeneh Author

This is very difficult question to answer. It depends on your background. For absolute beginners it may take more than 100 days if they study 4 hours every day.

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Olimpio

I'm on my way... Yuuuuup

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Eduardo Costa

That's awesome!

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comadaihiep92

time to post new challenge javascript?

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Orion F.

Thanks tons for this tutorial I’m sure many will benefit from such.

This post blew up on DEV in 2020:

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As JavaScript devs, we usually don't have to deal with compilers ourselves. However, it's definitely good to know the basics of the JavaScript engine and see how it handles our human-friendly JS code, and turns it into something machines understand! πŸ₯³

Happy coding!