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Hi,i started to learn front end web development.i know html,css and some javascript.i want to improve myself faster???

Actually i want to find a project to work on it.it is hard to decide.i wait for your answers...

2 Answers

Well here on treehouse is a good place to get the basics down.

You can use Duckett’s book series on HTML & CSS and JavaScript & JQuery as a reference and further understand it. His books explain concepts very well and they’re beautiful pages.

Then you can look on Github for open source projects to contribute to, The Odin project for smaller projects, or Hackathons for projects that require a team.

At any time you could start going to Meet Ups to make friends, network, and learn stuff.

These are some suggestions. You could also contribute on Stack Overflow forums.

The best way to improve yourself faster and do actual projects is to enroll in the techdegree program here at treehouse. It’s a wonderful opportunity!!