The Pareto Principle, or the 20/80 rule, states that 80% of results come from 20% of the effort.
Well, it means that in order to build good applications you have to first focus on mastering the most important parts of the language.
- The DOM
Afraid of Tutorial Hell? Just get out of it! In order to get better, you need to spend more time writing code than just watching or reading tutorials. Here’s what you need to do:
- Write code for at least one hour per day
- Don’t follow tutorials if you’re not also writing the code
Projects, no matter how small or big, will help you solidify your knowledge and give you hands-on practice. To learn faster, do the following:
- Come up with a list of projects, from simple to complex
- Build your project one at a time and learn by doing so
- Don’t forget to upload all your projects to GitHub
Debugging is the developer’s best friend, your projects will surely have bugs, so you will need to be able to:
- Learn how to read error messages properly
- Get good at searching your problems on Google
- Learn how to use your IDE and Browser for debugging
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