Archive for the ‘learning’ Category

Can 9-to-5 Developers Be Good Developers?

While picking talks for the conference he's organizing, James Titcumb recently tweeted that well known speakers get picked over others because, among other things, they're reliable (i.e. they don't cancel). I would argue that "among other things" carr...

What Is the Best Book for Learning JavaScript?

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This is the editorial from our latest JavaScript newsletter, you can subscribe here. "What's the best book to learn JavaScript?" is a question that I've heard asked a lot lately. There are certainly a lot of to choose from. A quick search of Amazon re...

Editorial: What Do You Want to Learn in 2017?

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This is the editorial from our latest JavaScript newsletter, you can subscribe here. Hey everyone, welcome to a brand new year on SitePoint JavaScript. I hope you had a great break (for those of you that took one) and are ready to start off 2017 with a...

How It Feels Reactions

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Jose Aguinaga pinched a community nerve: The JavaScript community is insane if it thinks anyone can keep up with this. I heard a lot of Hilarious! So true! reactions. I heard a lot of Nope. This isn't what it's like. reactions, sprinkled with You don't...