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Discussion on: What would you teach a frontend beginner in 2020?

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iteachfrontend

Build a solid foundation for HTML, CSS with lots of hands-on practice.

Introduce them to bundling and minifying and some of the best practices in modern-day web development.

I am not including JavaScript considering a limited amount of time you mentioned in your post.

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K Author

Interesting idea.

I thought about focusing more on JS than tooling, because of the prototyping skills these designers need.

Background: they had some design projects with big companies, and learned that working prototypes are much better received than wireframes, even if the prototypes are bad.