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Javascript for Beginners: The Simple Way to Start Programming

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Summary

If you want to learn how to code, create software like the pros, and develop games with the best, then continue reading....

"Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think" - Steve Jobs

Is it really that hard to learn how to code? Is Javascript really the best place to start? If you're asking yourself these same questions, you're not alone.

You see, there are expensive courses out there that "teach you how to code", but I have yet to find one that digs deep into the "why" and involves real-world applications.

Inside, you'll find my reasoning for why Javascript is a great programming language to start out with and how easy it really is to write your first lines of code today.

In Javascript for Beginners, discover:

  • How Javascript differs from other languages
  • The essential tools in Javascript
  • Powerful features hidden in the language
  • How to begin with a new language
  • Errors to keep an eye out for
  • Different key languages to consider
  • How to get started right away

Check out Javascript for Beginners: The Simple Way to Start Programming, and discover the infinite world of coding today!

©2018 K. Connors (P)2018 K. Connors

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Not at all what I expected

This book was more about web technologies than Javascript, specifically.
If you are a complete novice to how the web works then this book offers a handy explanation.