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Top 5 Amazing Websites to Learn How to Code - Learn to Code Together

Nowadays, there are many websites that teach programming with many different form, styles, programming languages, paid and free. If you are wondering what websites to look at, then this is article seems fit you. 1,061 more words

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JavaScript 101: the basics

Just starting down the path of teaching yourself the basics of JavaScript? First of all,

And secondly, you’ve come to the right place! This is the first in a series of supplementary explanations to the current iteration of Codecademy’s JavaScript courses. 776 more words

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How it Began

One of the members of the team that I lead for my current employer has always impressed me with the way that he can tailor tools to help us be more productive employees.  506 more words

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First Lesson: Modules, Math, and Variables

Hello and welcome back to the Dev Forge!  I’m your host Dev and I want to say thank you for reading so far!  

Well, I’ve actually started this journey.  200 more words

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I am Dev Forge: An Introduction & Why I'm Learning To Be A Web Developer

Hello world!  My name is Dev Forge and I’m starting this blog to document my journey as I learn to hopefully become a Web Developer.  Now what is so special about that?  354 more words

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Breaking the LOOP Exercise JS

Hey! you know that saying “slow down to speed up”? that’s what i intend to do. Instead of checking out multiple topics without internalize them properly because i’m in a “rush” to finish and feel that I’m progressing. 1,832 more words

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ITERATORS JavaScript Lesson

From Codecademy Course

ITERATORS

The primary purpose of an iterator is to allow a user to process every element of a container while isolating the user from the internal structure of the container.

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