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JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts

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An advanced JavaScript course for everyone! Scope, closures, prototypes, 'this', build your own framework, and more.

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Nov 30, 2020 · _Chief on Ask HN: Top Udemy Courses?
My fav Udemy course is a bash shell scripting course[0] . The content is worth reviewing especially for any beginner/intermediate sysadmins/devops/backend devs.

Another one I like is an intermediate js one JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts[1]



+1 for Understanding the Weird Parts

It's a good course that explains things from first principles.

"JavaScript: Understanding the weird parts" by Anthony Alicea is a high-quality course which helped me understand JS on a more fundamental level. This is the main one I always recommend for folks who know JS, but would like to take a step further:
That was the first Udemy course I bought, and was fairly surprised by the quality. Anthony Alicea hasn't released anything for a while, so I'm wondering if the relatively immense success of his courses has made him financially independent.
This hasn't been updated in 5 years.
I would recommend Javascript The Weird Parts. Good pacing and clear exploration of the languages ‘quirks’ and a general tour of vanilla js. Then you can dive into how your own framework can be created, also interesting for obvious reasons.

This course really pushed my js knowledge forward!

Definitely a great course, started learning JS using that one.

After watching that I would recommend and that should give one a solid base.

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