Java Script Masterclass

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Requirements

  • No coding experience is required to take this course.

Description

WHAT IS JAVASCRIPT? 

JavaScript is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, and growing faster than any other programming language. As a developer, you can use JavaScript to build web and mobile apps, real-time networking apps, command-line tools, and games.

4 REASONS TO LEARN JAVASCRIPT 

  • JavaScript is a key tool for front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers.
  • The average annual salary for a JavaScript developer is $72,000.
  • Companies like Walmart, Netflix, and PayPal run big internal applications around JavaScript.
  • Having strong JavaScript knowledge will help you land your dream job.

A STEP-BY-STEP, BEGINNER-FRIENDLY COURSE

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? 

  • Aspiring developers – perhaps you learned a little bit of HTML and CSS and want to take your first JavaScript programming course. This course is an ideal starting point.  
  • Experienced developers with no degree in computer science – there are a lot of self-taught web developers out there who cannot solve basic programming problems, because they never attended a college. Don’t be one of those! This course teaches you the fundamental programming skills that every developer must know. 
  • Anyone who wants to better understand JavaScript – chances are you’ve taken another course but didn’t understand certain topics well. You can take this course to fill the gaps and strengthen your understanding of JavaScript. 

NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE NEEDED

You don’t need familiarity with JavaScript to take this course. You’ll learn everything from scratch, step-by-step. A very basic familiarity with HTML will be helpful but it is not required.

ARE YOU READY TO MAKE THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS BECOMING A WEB OR MOBILE DEVELOPER?

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to become a web developer
  • Existing developers who need to strengthen their understanding of JavaScript