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Whether you're a complete beginner to the language or have been developing with JS for a while, there's something for everyone here. Without any further ado, let's jump in.
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Each concept also has a bunch of learning resources to learn more about it and with the various articles and videos shared, it is hard not to learn it well.
This repository lets you:
- refresh your knowledge a bit,
- or prepare for your coding interview!
It contains questions from basic to advanced and is updated regularly with new questions. The answer to each question is present in the collapsed section below each question that you can click to expand (but don't cheat!!!)
If you're the kind of person who follows Solving a question a day keeps unemployment away then this is the perfect repo for you.
You should not miss this one if you want to have a firm grasp over the language!
Totally worth checking out!
If you are reading this, chances are that at some point, you'll be appearing for a tech interview.
As such, this can be an immensely useful resource for you.
Having benefitted over 500,000 people, this handbook saves you the trouble of the sometimes recommended rote practice of grinding competitive programming questions.
This repo has practical content that covers all phases of a technical interview, from applying for a job to passing the interviews to offer negotiation.
You'll find detailed explanations code snippets for each!
It covers everything from package managers, loaders, bundlers and transpilers to UI tools, utilities, gestures, maps, animation and what not.
Definitely start this and keep it for future reference.
If any of the above two sentences resonated with you then look no further.
This repo contains a list of many, many such concepts that are tricky to understand as a new developer.
Jump in and have fun!
"They are the people who get things done. Effective Engineers produce results."
If you want to be an effective engineer, you'll have to learn and unlearn and re-learn a lot over the course of your career.
As such, this gist will help you adopt the right mindset and know what to do as well as what not to do.
This can be one of most useful resource out there if you take proper advantage of it!
No matter how many courses I watch and how many youtube videos I go through, books are still the gold standard when it comes to learning new stuff.
If you're like me then this repo is for you.
It is a collection of programming books that are freely available to anyone.
It is one of the most famous repositories out there with over 271,000+ stars on Github.
Well worth checking out!
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~ Sumit Saurabh