If you want to become an expert programmer and make a living developing software you’ll need to learn a wide range of stuff, from logic gates to how the hardware works, from algorithms to data structures and programming paradigms (if this is actually what you are looking for I suggest you peek at the curriculum of the Computer Science degree on some good university and follow along).
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Peter @ Shank Buttons
Hey MK Sam,
yes it is true that using more java script can be harmful and loss your rankings. But it is not bad at all.
If you know the proper way to use it then you will not get any problem.
I have tried using w3school and learned half way but didn’t able to make it to 2nd lesson. It is interesting but i found that there is a lack of softwares for free, can anyone let me know which software i can use to learn it at fullest.
Are you familiar with codeacademy.com?
Perhaps I should take a second look! Last I looked, our local community college had a short class on this during the summer and I almost considered enrolling for their 4 week class.
oops …Daniel, delete my first comment and approve only 2nd comment. Am using my cell phone to write these comments and I pressed submit button by mistake, and the first comment was posted incomplete!
Hope my 2nd comment helps someone!
Thanks for sharing the link!
Thanks for the article Daniel. But I heard and read (somewhere) that using too many JS on a site can slow down the render of a web site, causing it load slow and then possibly driving off potential visitors. All the available online webpage test tools, such as Google page speed, Yslow, webpagetest suggest less use of JS on a site so that it can load faster. Any thoughts on this Daniel?
Thanks for the reminder and for sharing the link!
As far as web is concerned, there is endless debate in choosing platform. That discussion ends in one of three, .NET stack, Java/J2EE stack or PHP/mySQL stack. And any of the option is simply as good as the next one.
Trello.com, now has more than 1.5 million users, is good example for this.
Thanks for sharing that W3Schools tutorial.
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