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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Mighty JavaScript.. udemy 100% free course

Free udemy course.......Welcome to the Mighty JavaScript  Journey.
IT & Software
Mighty JavaScript

This course is designed to take you a step  from being an intermediate JavaScript develop to being an effective JavaScript programmer who knows why's and how of what's happening behind the scenes.
JavaScript is used by world's largest companies to accomplish all kind of task and I'm going to help you understand this language in a an easy way.
This course is completely different than an other course on JavaScript, it incorporates details which might seem minute but has a lot running behind the scenes. We'll see why 0.1 + 0.1 + 0.1 is not equal to 0.3 by using absolute, relative tolerance technique. We'll go over the memory management of JavaScript and look at examples which is going to deepen your understanding. We'll go over Banker's rounding algorithm, caveats with default parameters and how you can use that caveat to your advantage. We'll go over OOP in great detail.
I'm not here to teach you the basics of JavaScript  or what coercion is all about there are ton's of great courses out there with those materials. In this course we'll cover the topics that most of the courses don't cover and exercise our brain with few algorithm implementations of our own. We'll cover small topics in great detail making you understand the in's and out's of why its happening and it's going to give you "ah ah" moments, and these "ah ah" moments is going to set you apart from other developers.

The course is going to be short sweet you wont find me rambling a lot we'll get straight to the topic.

We will cover a lot of topics in this course! Including:
Memory Management such as garbage collection, reference counting algorithm, circular reference, memory leaks, mark and sweep algorithm.
Numbers - This topic is going to cover your own implementation of getSizeOf method, your custom base algorithm , absolute & relative tolerance.
OOP - We'll cover Prototype Chain, __proto_ and much more.

Looking forward to seeing you inside the course.

* course image taken from Vecteezy
Who this course is for:
  • Anyone preparing for an in-depth JavaScript technical interview.
  • Anyone with a basic understanding of JavaScript that wants to take it to the next level
  • Get the course

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