All threads / Should I be able to master JavaScript in less than two months?
Ask A Question

Notifications

You’re not receiving notifications from this thread.

Should I be able to master JavaScript in less than two months?

rony yadav asked in Javascript

I realise this is probably a redundant post because others have asked the same question, but I'm curious if I'm any good at JavaScript now that I've been learning it for two months. I feel as if I only have a rudimentary understanding of anything. I'm preparing to embark on the Odin Project because I'm sick of tutorials and want to be free of them. I don't feel like I'm learning anything, and I've heard that TOP doesn't hold your hand. That is something I require.

Edit: When I say GOOD, I don't simply mean the essentials. For God's sake, it's been two months and I'm still baffled about the for loop. I feel as if I don't have a firm grasp on the fundamentals.

Edit 2: I'm from the food service industry, and I have comprehension challenges as well as ADHD, but I'm still going strong.

still waiting for any response or reply.https://19216811ip.com.br/

AOL support is damn sensible for those that desire to undertake a lot and go in terms of variety and push emails on the spot, same goes for the buy custom essays online www.bestessaytips.com wherever I actually have been taking the assignment and writing phase that is so necessary to me for equal learning functions. I already exhausted too several online choices however nobody stands close to this one era

Gald to read this awesome discussion.

Join the discussion

Want to stay up-to-date with Ruby on Rails?

Join 61,501+ developers who get early access to new tutorials, screencasts, articles, and more.

    We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.

    logo Created with Sketch.

    Screencast tutorials to help you learn Ruby on Rails, Javascript, Hotwire, Turbo, Stimulus.js, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Ubuntu, and more. Icons by Icons8

    © 2022 GoRails, LLC. All rights reserved.