So I’ve just finished going through Basic JS and Object Oriented Programming. Grasping the basics alone have taken me a considerable amount of time so far and I don’t feel quite ready to tackle the JS algorithms just yet. I was wondering if anyone feels or has felt the same way, what did you do to beef up your algorithm thinking ability and also what learning resources did you use before attempting the algorithms, if any? I’m currently leaning towards the YDKJS 6 book series and also was wondering just how much of it I should really dive into and which part of it focuses on the basic concepts that FCC delivers? What other resources have you guys used that have proved to be helpful especially with improving algorithmic thinking?
I know I will have to go back to Basic JS and OOP challenges to repeat what I’ve learned in my head but I don’t want to just do that alone and simply regurgitate what I’ve learned.
TL;DR - Basic JS and OOP challenges done, but not ready to start algorithms yet. Thoughts?