It’s only by learning its basics that you will start to fully understand its place in Web development, It will all make sense eventually !
I’m using CodeAcademy’s Java course and going through FCC’s Java section. It is very helpful. I would recommend doing the same.
Thank you for the awesome resources. Will take a look at them
Thanks for catching my typo! I corrected it.
I think spamming paid-for courses on a free coding forum is very poor form
If anyone else reads this thread I strongly suggest NOT paying for their “service”
I think threads should automatically close after a month of inactivity, so that users don’t start responding to a question asked 1+ years ago because they didn’t realise how old it was.
I’m against the thinking that post are dead. Because though he was wrong about it being completely premium it was new info that they went to a partly paid platform.
This is the same for HTML and CSS. I used to feel the same about them and struggled. Now I could probably do those in my sleep.
@leebut It is quite possible someone may post some code as a response to another user’s question that is completely incorrect. If the original question poster never returns (for whatever reason) but 3 months later someone finds the thread trying to solve a similar problem, they may realize the response code given is incorrect and want to post the correct solution to benefit others.
We only close threads that become counterproductive.
I suppose that situation does have merit.
(http://forum.freecodecamp.org/u/gebulmer) think spamming paid-for courses on a free coding forum is very poor form
(http://forum.freecodecamp.org/u/gebulmer)If anyone else reads this thread I strongly suggest NOT paying for their “service”
Holy crap dude thank you!