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"Is there anyone so wise as to learn by the experience of others?" - Voltaire
Basic front end web development isn't terribly hard to learn. It can be tricky to remember all the things you learn, but after you get comfortable with the code, what comes next? Many developers spend time optimizing code and trying to make it perform better. A lot of time is spent making things work, simplifying functions, making things faster and eliminating confusion. Most developers miss one of the most important parts of development. Optimizing YOURSELF as a coder.
Many companies wish they knew what would make their developers happier and more productive. Putting in place agile software development methodologies helps a lot, but what about beyond that? Is there anything you can do as an ambitious developer to wipe the floor with the competition? Yes, there is.
There are many developers making 6 figures in web development today. This doesn't happen over night, and we've never heard of a get-rich-quick scheme in web development, but given enough time and best practices, it is definitely possible. It takes skill, talent, ambition, but it also takes speed and efficiency. It takes building upon the shoulders of giants, people who have already done what you're trying to do, and doing it better. Finding a better way is what makes programming fun and challenging. Gladly, making use of these resources and becoming one of the best developers out there is largely free, enjoyable, and is only a matter of time. If you have the passion to get there.
Whether you're fresh out of one of Udemy's best intro to web development courses, or have been doing it for a while, you can always take it to the next level. Inside this HD video course, you'll find the tools to do just that.
I am so excited that you're looking at what it takes to become a top web developer and advance your skills. I will get right to the point. Inside this course, you will learn:
We cover all this and a lot more inside, and will be expanding content to cover new topics in the near future. We are most interested in adding content that you specifically request, because we find it provides the most value to you. Simply let us know and we'll make new videos on the subject you want to know about if we can.
More than 4 hours of video on leveling up your skills as a programmer, you'll have access to the course discussions, where other students ask questions and instructors answer, usually in a matter of hours to help you with anything that doesn't make sense or to provide more information on anything related to the course topics. Please feel free to ask questions, help answer questions if you want, and we'll learn together.
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|Section 1: What tools do the pros use?|
How can you use this course most effectively?Preview
Front End vs Back EndPreview
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|Section 2: Learning From Others|
Why Google is a pro developer's best friend
StackOverflow already has the answers to most of your problems
CSS Tricks is a treasure trove of good style ideas
IRC is oldskool but gives you personal access to devs
|Section 3: Communication|
Why is communication so important for learning and growth?
Your Facebook profile is your most powerful tool for building relationships.
Facebook groups are awesome for learning and networking.
A Facebook page is great for social proof and making sales.
Twitter is very helpful to find people talking about what you need to hear.
LinkedIn is useful for getting a better job and networking with groups.
Meetups help with learning and networking in your neighborhood.
Skitch: annotate screenshots, never be misunderstood
Chat: save tons of time not doing email all day
jQuery is used in 66% of all websites
Lodash is Underscore's faster cooler little brother
|Section 5: Chrome Tools|
Chrome simplifies development tasks
Chrome: Great Suspender makes tabs faster
Chrome: Tab Title Tweaker helps you find tabs fast
Chrome: Colorzilla shows you the hex value of any color
Chrome: Selector Gadget reveals elements and xpath
Chrome: Web Developer Extension is essential
Chrome Tools Quiz
|Section 6: Front End & Design|
Bootstrap - Part 1: A deeper look at front end structure
Bootstrap - Part 2: More about twitter's front end framework
FontAwesome give you fast loading awesome icons in a font
Front End Quiz
|Section 7: Testing & Monitoring|
Developer Tools: What even are you?
Firebug: browser tools add-on for even old and busted browsers
New Relic: great server app monitoring tool
YSlow: Yahoo's fantastic page speed optimizer
Modern.ie VMs: When you must IE, you must test natively
|Section 8: Workflow Tips|
Icon Toolbar Hack: Quick access to daily shortcuts
Text Expansion: The fastest typing is no typing
Markdown & Github Flavored Markdown
Simplenote: keep your thoughts synced and organized
|Section 9: Conclusion|
Important Links: Everything we've talked about here
Choose our next adventure! It's all about you!
I've been playing with technology since I was a kid. At 13 I was building websites by hand in HTML and Frontpage 98 (which is how I learned what not to do). Since then I've been a computer addict and web programmer. I was programming Alpha3 databases on an old green monochrome IBM years before, but at the time I didn't know THAT was programming.
I've always been an avid reader and insatiable learner, I started rearranging bits and bytes to make the computer behave the way I wanted as a kid and have always had a knack for explaining complex things in simple language. I like to help anyone I can in my area of expertise.
If you ever need help, I personally answer all discussions as soon as possible and all comments on my YouTube channel as well. I am here to help with your technology learning so anytime I can assist you, please contact me. Thanks!