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Head First JavaScript Programming: A Brain-Friendly Guide

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But don't be fooled; you might be having a good time while you're learning JavaScript, but you're still learning all the serious stuff.

not sure if it's me or there just is so much of it that if I move too fast, it gets overwritten by later stuff.

The explanations are thorough and straightforward and the bantering format really keep the book from getting dull. Para tanto, caracteriza-se como um estudo descritivo e qualitativo no qual a coleta de dados se deu por meio de entrevistas com pessoas gays, lésbicas e bissexuais, de acordo com roteiro semiestruturado. I enjoy using this book, it interjects light moments into study matter that could be extremely boring. There are a few topics that the book introduce early, early enought that you are lost or confused but they (the authors) will come along later and clear everything up.

Several years ago I heard about ‘Head First’ books from O’Reilly, which explain popular programming languages in a brain-friendly style for beginners. In terms of the style, this may be part of the Head First series but they take a fun, light approach drawing from pop culture and some lighthearted humor. The only issue is that it's too old now in 2022 with JavaScript being in ECMAScript 6 (Since 2015) Supplement this book with Free Code Camp to get brought up to speed if you are reading this book. In Ajax programmieren kann man danach zwar noch lange nicht, aber immerhin hat man eine Ahnung davon erhalten, wie Ajax ungefähr funktioniert.

Este trabalho visa o desenvolvimento de cultivares de café mais adaptadas a ambientes com baixa disponibilidade hídrica, e nessa primeira etapa é relatada a identificação destes genótipos. This one keeps the beginner-friendly attitude, while tackling JavaScript's mostly misunderstood perks. The way its laid out is great for beginners as it takes you by the hand and leads you through different parts of the JS world. Clearly there's a lot to learn about using JavaScript after I've finished reading this book, but I do feel like I now have a foundation to build upon. I'm a big fan of Head First style and find it very helpful for self-taught students, without having to worry about every little thing out there.

That said, some great introductions to/explanations of concepts which I haven't found explained better elsewhere.

I have already begun work on a couple of javascript projects and am making excellent progress thanks to the solid foundations laid by working through this book.

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