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JavaScript Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript Asynchronous JavaScript with Callbacks Implement a Callback

Terry Babyuk
Terry Babyuk
7,972 Points

A bit of helpful feedback

I feel a bit like I was thrown to the deep end by this video. Seems quite a big jump from the material that came before. Perhaps you guys could break it down into smaller, more manageable chunks, so that it's easier to wrap one's head around. Just my little input here. Really enjoyed the previous content though!

Jamie Moore
Jamie Moore
3,950 Points

I was in the exact same boat. I ended up skipping that section and coming back to it a little later on. I also raised it, like you have, so hopefully it will be updated at some point.

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Terry Babyuk
Terry Babyuk
7,972 Points

Hey Jamie, Thanks for your post. I'm glad you agree and yes, hopefully Treehouse does something about this. Come on guys, we love you but you can do better in this section! Break it up into smaller chunks and maybe replace all the reading here with more videos, so that we get a better idea of what's happening!