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Discussion on: What is the worst advice for the newbie?

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Marcin K.

Regarding learning python to learn JS: I applied for my first job with basic knowledge in Java, only to start writing in Ruby (which I have started learning once my contract was signed). I think that learning object-oriented programing is always a good point to start. But if you're sure that you want to be a front end developer, there is probably no point to take the longer path to that goal - simply start with JS.