Hello, I have applied for a local bootcamp to change my career. I started dabbling with CSS and HTML, and my experience in those are limited. I passed my 2 interviews and was sent a technical assessment in JS (never used). I have about a week to complete 5 labs and I'm having a little trouble learning/understanding it. I'm usually self-taught but I feel like resources are a little vague, and expect you to know a little bit of general programming to catch on. I was curious if I could get some pointers on how you learned. I feel I do not have the conceptual framework to understand these languages and I'm not entirely sure what to do. I've read most open resources like W3Schools, Codecademy and others. I can do some simple functions and assignments based on reference but once again, have trouble actually understanding things.
DLDeepa Loganathan Syncfusion Team January 18, 2019 11:52 AM UTC
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So, our suggestion is that you would need to really start practicing what you learn from various resources, so that you would become more confident of what you learnt.
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