Mon Jun 17 10:51:55 CDT 2013
What's your current knowledge level and how do you like to learn?
forgetting a lot of what I did know -- so I'm on a rebuilding phase.
Here are some of the things I've found useful:
looking for a deeper, intermediate level understanding of the language,
(http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596517748.do) really helpful. I
don't think it's the best place to get started if you know nothing about
I'm guessing there might be better books in the niche of
now-that-you-know-some-basics-and-are-ready-for-the-next-step niche and
would love to hear suggestions.
* For learning/reviewing basic syntax, I'm really quite enjoying
http://www.codecademy.com/. The immediate feedback is great for letting
me develop some "muscle memory" while I'm getting up to speed on a language.
* After getting some basics under my belt, I might then try udacity's
HTML5 Game Development course as a fun(?) way to learn HTML5.
(https://www.udacity.com/course/cs255). Has anyone looked at it?
I'll be able to offer other suggestions soon as I dive deeper in this
area. I'm pretty fond of using jsfiddle.net to prototype some learning
too -- but am trying to figure out how to do as much
On 6/17/13 8:22 AM, Jörgen Stenarson wrote:
> understand the notebook better. Do you have any recommendations on good
> books or online resources for learning this stuff?
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