I know many of you are probably trying to determine whether or not to use Angular, Vue, or React in your current projects. Have you considered not using them?
I am almost entirely sure 80% of beginners fall into tutorial hell (I did too). Where you don't know what to get better at because you don't know what companies are looking for and you don't value what skills you have. I personally feel like a lot of this fear comes from not understanding enough of the basics.
Just recently I went back through FreeCodeCamp's material and learned a bunch from revisiting the basics. For example: I always use a theming framework for my grids but stopped using them since they showed me how to use CSS's new grid system.
I also found a ton of value in taking short Udemy courses like this one.
There are a ton of resources out there, but please (at least once a month) go back to the beginning. You will 100% feel more confident in yourself once you explain what a call stack is, or what lexical scope is. Once you understand the basics everything else just falls into place.
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