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Ahmad Shahzad Author

Thank you for your response. As you said, I will stick with learning JavaScript first before bothering myself with frameworks.

I might have to bother the community here some time in the future, and hopefully, I won't try to bite off more than I can chew as I try to learn.

If you don't mind, can you recommend me some resource like a book or a tutorial that you think might be beginner-friendly? For JavaScript. I am currently looking at FreeCodeCamp.

Thank you,
Ahmad S.

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Ben • Edited

You are on the right path. FreeCodeCamp is a great resource for beginners.

The best thing you can do is practice every single day. With time, confusing concepts will look less foreign and you will understand them with ease. The best way to learn a foreign language is to immerse yourself and try to communicate (both culturally, and in programming). Fortunately, the world of developers is very friendly and we want beginners to feel welcome and thrive, because we all know how overwhelming the start can be.

I'm not an educator, so I don't know what the best way to learn, other than persistence and drive - you will find the resources you need with enough searching. However, this roadmap gives you a decent picture of all of the paths you can take. Keep in mind that very few people are proficient in this whole chart, but it gives you a big picture of the industry:

freecodecamp.org/news/2019-web-dev...

best of luck Ahmad!

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Ahmad Shahzad Author

Thank you for your response. I have bookmarked the roadmap as it has a lot of information that I won't be able to digest in one sitting or little time.

I will now return to my exercise on FreeCodeCamp. Good luck, me.

Thank you,
Ahmad S.