|My recommended learning resources for web development. (Note this may be a little too much.)|
|This is over 80 lines of text.|
|This is a good video:|
|How to Become a Master Web Developer|
|2016/2017 MUST-KNOW WEB DEVELOPMENT TECH - Watch this if you want to be a web developer|
|Two core resources that I use when learning/troubleshooting:|
|Two other resources/guides:|
|www.udemy.com (You don't have to pay for anything. There are a lot of great free courses available.)|
|... But, I will say, there are some AMAZING lessons on here that are paid and you can get great coupons.|
|http://www.thefirehoseproject.com/ - Bootcamp prep.|
|http://www.hackreactor.com/prep-programs - Free option.|
|You Don't Know JS (book series) https://github.com/getify/You-Dont-Know-JS|
|There are also these youtube videos:|
|Learn JS in One Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fju9ii8YsGs 1:37:09|
|I have suggestions on my Facebook note:|
Here is my recommend path of resources for learning vanilla Front End Dev..
Now, if you want to go all crazy style you could even try to push through this:
That outline was ALL focused just on Front End HTML, CSS and vanlilla JS.
Note that recommendations are just opinions and everyone has one or two or ten.
Overall though If you want to move in this industry as a developer.. You need to build, build, build and build more stuff. Done is better than perfect. Done is better than perfect. And it doesn't matter if you know theory, syntax or how to write the most efficient code for one lesson. If you can't build anything, you won't get very far. You must be able to read someone else's craptastic code and leave it better than you found it.
This is a huge rabbit hole of knowledge: (Please be selective in your approach to learning.)