The Basic JavaScript Coding Breakdown (Udemy.com)

What you'll learnStudents will have a foundation of basic JavaScriptStudents will learn basic JavaScript and what it isStudents will have the head-start in their basic studies

Created by: Programming Tut

Produced in 2018

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Overall Score : 76 / 100

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DescriptionWelcome toA Basic JavaScript Coding Breakdown!My name is Matthew Dewey, lead programmer at Programming Tut. I am an experienced programmer, having received several accommodations on programming in my formal education as well as taughtA several programming languages to thousands of students. MyA goal is to provide you, the budding programmer, the the knowledge you need on programming in a funA and easyA manner. In this course I do just that with the JavaScript programming language.JavaScript, a wonderfully simple programming language that has encouraged many programmers to pursue careers involving programmingA over any other language. Of course, it goes without saying that JavaScriptA is an excellent language, but do you know what is required of you to start programming JavaScript?As with any programming language it is important you understand the fundamentals and that is exactly what I teach you in this course.A To top it all off you will receive a workbook filled with quizzes, info, references and so much more!I help you:Establish fundamental codeCreate and use variablesClauses and OperatorsLoopsas well as BONUS methods and code!Go no further if you're looking for the course that will guide you into the world of programming! With my course I can guarantee that the knowledge you learn will help you get a head-start in basic JavaScript programming. I hope you enjoy the course and it helps you on your way into the world of programming!"Programming is a form of art. It is logical creativity!"Who this course is for:Beginner programmers seeking a head-start in their basic studies

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Programming Tut

Here at Programming Tut, we work to create courses for beginners to the more experienced programmer. With this mantra in mind our courses have amassed thousands of students which have been well received.

With lead programming instructor, Matthew Dewey, courses on the most popular programming languages are being released regularly based on the lectures he has given. If you are seeking practical work, then look no further.

The best way to learn programming is through the hands on approach. A programmer should not avoid writing code, but rather experiment with it. Embrace errors and solve them with your growing knowledge. Soon you will be create programs as easy as you speak sentences in your own language with Programming Tut's courses!

It is 2018, another year where programming is still wanted by most businesses. If you want to fill these blanks spaces in your CV and pursue a career in programming, I can recommend taking one of my many courses below and wish you luck in your studies!

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By C# Tut on 7/17/2018

The course has been enjoyable and informative so far. The instructor has been helpful in providing me with support on the lessons where I struggled and the students informative too. I can't wait to finish the course and continue my studies with some great experience.

By Matthew Dewey on 7/17/2018

I really enjoyed this course. It gave me a lot of useful information and I can't wait to finish it. Practical lessons are enjoyable and helpful. A fantastic course

By Pechimuthu A on 6/19/2018

too basic, not much concepts and examples

By Petran Valentin on 6/18/2018

I didn't had the patience to take all the course