If you are a beginner and you want to learn JavaScript, try other sites first

If you’re a beginner and you’ve suspected that the main branch JavaScript course is incomplete and poorly made, you are correct. You should not have to use other resources to complete something that describes itself as a certificate program for beginners. Don’t sour your coding experience by slogging through an incomplete and confusing hodgepodge. Besides, you can always come back to get a cert after learning JS from a competent instructor who’s actually interested in critical feedback.

Hi @mikemcdonald83 !

Welcome to the forum!

FCC has always been interested in hearing feedback.
It helps them learn and grow.

FCC is also open source which means you can bring up issues with challenges.

FCC github issue tab

Also, a new curriculum is underway which will replace all of the challenges with mini projects.

That will mean the concepts will be reinforced more and you will get more practice building projects.

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freeCodeCamp has always given importance to the Read-Search-Ask method, as it knows it can’t be a one-size-fits-all. It’s trying with the new curriculun version, but that will requires time

Can you please provide an example of what is missing? Hopefully the feed back will drive the course to continue to improve, you could help people find missing links and you will learn through teaching!
I have found https://developer.mozilla.org to be a great resource.

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