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My first lesson: The joy of JavaScript

Judith Urban

9. November 2018

Judith has started an apprenticeship at Peerigon in 2018 to become a professional web developer. As part of her weekly routine, she publishes a blog post each week about what she has been doing and what she has learned.

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Half a year ago, I decided to finally take the step and become a proper web developer.

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I worked hard and took every lesson I could get my hands on: HTML, CSS, Ruby on Rails, and quite a bit of JavaScript as well…

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…To finally become a trainee at a mighty JavaScript corporation.

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Where do you start if you want to build apps, but don’t know why things work sometimes and sometimes they don’t? Get back to basic syntax and gain a deeper level of understanding.

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Some of the concepts were quite new to me, but it wasn’t that hard, after all.

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…Piece of cake, really.

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To be continued…

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