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Advance Your Skills with In-Depth JavaScript, Node.js & Front-End Engineering Courses – For support, email: support@frontendmasters.com
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Replying to @jfroffice
Please email support@frontendmasters.com — happy to refund.
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Please email support@frontendmasters.com with your request.
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joaoMarcos 10h
I finally understand how Grid works! I just completed "CSS Grids and Flexbox for Responsive Web Design" by on !
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Collins Ruto 13h
And now I have completed the awesome "Introduction to Bash, VIM & Regex" course by on ! Highly recommended guys, and thanks !
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Replying to @BiancaGando
My guess is you’ll have to create one. …I may know of a platform that would be happy to host you when you’re ready! 😄
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Replying to @derekcecillewis
Also, FYI if you are a student, check out the GitHub Student Developer Pack where you can get 6 months free of our service!
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Frontend Masters 💻✨ 19h
Great education (especially video) is expensive to create and maintain. Since testing is a more advanced topic, it assumes you are a professional and will gain more from quality materials.
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Replying to @benwrightdev
The teacher we had for it fell through 😭 (hint: name starts with “ken” and ends with “wheeler”) … so, might be 2020 now since we’re working to find other potential teachers now.
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Please email support@frontendmasters.com with details so our team can look into it, thanks!
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Martijn Vos 24h
Replying to @jkup @FrontendMasters
Credit to 's course on . Turns out the dev tools can do a lot of cool stuff.
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Shirley Wu Aug 21
oh but i also have a set of workshops on !
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Emmy Aug 21
is my Netflix. There's something I love about having domain experts explain concepts you thought you knew in a way that makes you realize you didn't really know them. What's the equivalent of this for backend?
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@LPe®eN Aug 21
I had a lot of online courses from different online platforms but I have to admit that none of them made me feel excited and motivated as do. I feel like I am learning from people who really knows what to teach. And also live sessions are really great 👍🏻
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Sarah H Aug 21
I may have gotten the flu but still following along with the CSS In Depth from home. Yay flexible learning!
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Frontend Masters 💻✨ Aug 21
Replying to @thekayls
FYI, We have a recommended learning path for beginners here:
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Frontend Masters 💻✨ Aug 21
Replying to @guyinpv
Here are a few full intro courses for free! Plus, we will be releasing our largest project yet for free in the coming months!
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Animesh Bhadra 🎯 Aug 21
Replying to @nnja @FrontendMasters
The first thanks goes to and for creating these two great course for Python beginners. 1. 2. These course I would recommend to anyone who is about to start the journey in . is a great teacher.
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getify Aug 21
The first function call (the first () pair) uses the "implicit binding" rule to determine the `this`, so it's `person`. The second function call (the second () pair) uses the "default binding" rule, which in this non-strict-mode code ends up pointing at the global object.
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Inder Singh Aug 21
Finished JS Fundamentals course on . Really helped my understand some concepts I didn't understand before!
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Shannon Beach Aug 21
I just completed "Rethinking Asynchronous JavaScript" by on !
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