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can the basic concepts of programming be effectively introduced in just 18 pages?
you tell me. :)
i'm not anti-framework. i'm anti-"start w/ a framewrk b/c it's popular & my team likes it but who knows if it's appropriate or how it works"
Basically this same thing happened to me at another big tech/social company. Told me I didn't know enough JS. https://twitter.com/mxcl/status/608682016205344768 …
Highly underrated: `insertRule(..)` and `deleteRule(..)` for dynamic CSS:
Support goes all the way back to IE8!
the next workshop/curriculum i am going to create is "refactoring code for actual readability" or "quit being so damn clever in code"
just putting code in a separate file doesn't make it modular. if removing it means your app crashes, you failed to make that part modular.
everyone claims 'const' shows intent not to change assignment.
know how i show such intent? with the code literally NOT changing it.
Complaining about things years before you do. Wrangling JS curriculum for @MakerSquare.
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