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Any idea on where one can learn JavaScript really well on YouTube ?

Dev Ed, The netninja, freecodecamp, TelmoAcademy, programming with mosh! Add yours :)

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Nathan Hedglin

MDN and just code. YouTube is great but I learned from blogs and documentation. Don't forget you can't learn from purely watching video.

A rough balance to learn to code:

20% watching / reading
80% coding

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Iman

In my experience at first i watched a udemy course.

udemy.com/course/the-complete-java...
It was great and i learned lots of things from him and then after that i read JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, 7th Edition
by David Flanagan. He explaine JavaScript concepts in depth at this book and i think it's worth to read it at least once

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Donna Brown

JavaScript Mastery on youtube:
youtube.com/channel/UCmXmlB4-HJytD...

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Gustavo Hernan Perticarari

This guys is super good.
youtube.com/user/thenewboston

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topKayode

Jonas Schmedtmann is definitely the best on Udemy

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Tracy-Gregory Gilmore • Edited on

I can recommend Programming with Mosh. youtu.be/W6NZfCO5SIk

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Yadro

It's not on youtube but javascript.info/