fCC isn’t meant to teach you everything at once, it’s just the best place to start. You shouldn’t stop learning until you die.
Take a look at this article I typed, it might help you out! “Is Free Code Camp Enough To Become A Successful Developer?” @mhenderson_4 https://medium.com/@michaelhenderson/is-free-code-camp-enough-to-become-a-successful-developer-f5df0c33caa8
Thanks for sharing your article, Michael. I found it very helpful.
This article is great. Thanks for sharing.
you should read this post too https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-free-code-camp-clark-alford?trk=hp-feed-article-title-like
no problem! It means a lot to me that you think the article is great!
NO problem! Im glad you found it helpful! that was my goal
Thanks for sharing your idea to practice these challenges in CodePen! I hadn’t thought of that yet (facepalm) and I know it’s going to help all of this information sink in and remain in my noggin for the long run. Thanks again!
No problem @tinyinkling! You will probably be like me , and eventually, after working with a tool for hours you will have that “ahh” moment where it suddenly makes sense
Try www.learn-js.org you get a breakdown of js and you can practice in your browser.
I surely will. Thank you