I have a doubt on what I need to focus my study now.
I still need to learn how really use GitHub, should I lean it now?
I am sorry for my poor english.
I’m not the best person to answer, but seeing how nobody has answered yet.
Github will be extremely useful. No program developer of any flavor at any company will go without some sort of source control. It will also save your ass in case something goes terribly wrong (ranging from power outages and losing your data to oh-sh**-I-broke-my-program-and-i-don’t-know-why).
If you feel comfortable just carry on with the frontend libraries.
Bootstrap is an HTML/CSS library that will strengthen your HTML/CSS
SASS is a CSS pre-processor and helps with CSS
However the React and Redux parts are a little different. I found doing the React courses on Codecademy easier for a React beginner and after doing those I breezed through the React section here at FCC.
Just make sure to do all the projects too. It’s all very well completing all the exercises but you need to put what you learn into practice
- Learn Git. Without Git, you aren’t able to work in a team.
- Create Projects. Look at the Design of some Templates and rebuild them without copying the code. Do this 10-20 times. Do every project with the use of Git.
All the others things are currently nice to know,
don’t fall into the trap of learning everything and building nothing.
If you’ll build, you’ll learn on-demand.
thanks to all of you, I’ll try to do what you suggested.
good to know thanks it was exactly what I was feeling.
I recently finished building a few projects and I learned a lot, finally I can say that I know JS, I can manipulate the DOM and make things dynamic, which I thought I knew before I built a few projects.
To OP, build a few projects and teste your knowledge, after you feel confident with HTML, CSS and JS, then you move to another technology.