The Learning Process
Phase 2: Intermediate Concepts: Once the basics are covered, learners can move on to more intermediate concepts, such as functions, arrays, objects, and DOM manipulation. This phase may take a few more weeks to grasp and apply these concepts effectively.
Phase 3: Advanced Topics: In the advanced phase, learners can delve into more complex topics like asynchronous programming, closures, prototypes, and modules. This phase may require more time and practice to fully understand and apply these advanced concepts effectively.
Bootcamps and Courses: Another option is to enroll in coding bootcamps or online courses that provide structured learning programs. These programs often have a set duration, ranging from a few weeks to several months, and provide a comprehensive curriculum along with mentorship and project-based learning opportunities.
– freeCodeCamp: www.freecodecamp.org
– Codecademy: www.codecademy.com
– MDN Web Docs: developer.mozilla.org