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Thread: Newbie here...any good online video tutorials to teach a JS full stack development?

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    Newbie here...any good online video tutorials to teach a JS full stack development?

    It's my first post here, so I am still getting familiar with this site. I'm very interested in being a full stack developer. Although there are resources out there, but I don't know which one is good. Can anyone recommend good video tutorials on YouTube or Online that teach JavaScript for both front end and backend development? Thank you, everyone!!

    p.s. I know HTML and CSS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwskz8 View Post
    It's my first post here, so I am still getting familiar with this site. I'm very interested in being a full stack developer. Although there are resources out there, but I don't know which one is good. Can anyone recommend good video tutorials on YouTube or Online that teach JavaScript for both front end and backend development? Thank you, everyone!!
    Do you know HTML and CSS? If not I would recommend you take a weekend and do that. Main reason is because Js usually works with those 2 closely.

    Codecademy is a great place to start for any of them. Its not videos, but in all honesty you want to avoid videos. Videos don't really teach you anything. The best way to learn any language is by doing. You need to be doing things with that code to learn. Once you have taken some courses at Codecademy(or another online course) the next best thing to do is to find a project to work on. Pick something you like/want, that way you are more motivated to finish.

    As you go about this project you will get stuck. This is where forums like this one and places like StackOverflow become very useful. Come here or on SO and ask questions and get help.

    Theres tons of different ways to learn new things and not everyone learns the same. This approach worked for me.


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