Zero to One: How I mastered JavaScript and how you can too

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Thanks Petrov. This is really inspiring

Thanks @Kleo. I will give it a try

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Thanks for the hints, really appreciate! A tutorial that I really like is this one: http://xahlee.info/js/js.html. It's really concise and straight to the point. I also did an interactive test based on it: https://jsquest.herokuapp.com/

Nice resources! I use Codewars for these kind of exercises. It's social oriented and the challanges are organizes in categories, based on difficulty. Also, the diversity of supported languages are great - JavaScript, CofeeScript, TypeScript, PHP, Haskell, Elexir, PHP, Java, C++, C#, Python, etc.

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never stop learning

@Kleo this is what people should always do. Great read, great article!

Thank you, @fibric. I'm really looking forward to your article too!

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Thx... really helpful

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Thanks @Kleo for sharing.

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Thanks @Kleo it's very useful for who are passionate in javascript

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I enjoyed this. Very good advice. I'm a little surprised you didn't mention Eric Elliott. His content is great especially for people who struggle with learning from books. Great webcasts that walk you through code in his Shotgun series. Full disclosure. I'm his wife and a tech agent who helps devs get jobs. Thanks for giving good advice to the community. Yay!

Thank you @JS_Cheerleader! I really admire Eric's work. I follow his JavaScript Scene on Medium from the beginning. Most of his articles are in my dev-log. Now that I though of it, I see his Programming JavaScript Applications missing from the list.

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Awesome article @Kleo Really inspiring.. Gonna refer them to my friends now.

Thank you @thompsonk2 for the kind words! My main intension with this story was to inspire and motivate as many people as possible, so your feedback really means a lot!

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Thank you @Kleo, for sharing this. I am learning the basics right now. There is a lot to learn from your experience. It is not easy to learn to code on your own. There are a lot of roadblocks(and I think, I speak for all the new guys). There are, a lot of resources mentioned above and I look forward to using them to my best.

I'm glad you find it helpful @Somanath08. Learning to program is not the easier task to do, but it's sure worth doing. Good luck with your learning.

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wonderful! I've been thinking about what you have done and have implemented some of our common thoughts. I've started a technical blog but I left it while ago due to lack of time. @Kleo what do you suggest for technical writing I felt as If I'm taking too much time to put my learning in an easy way? @Kleo : Also, I do not have a mentor who has deep knowledge in JS - how to find one?

Thank you. Thant was really interesting to read.

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