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JavaScript Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript Asynchronous JavaScript with Callbacks Managing Nested Callbacks

ron smith
ron smith
5,833 Points

More a note than a question: the map method of arrays not covered yet...

When using this lesson as part of the Javascript Full Stack track, the map method of arrays has not yet been covered, yet map is used in this lesson. It may be mentioned in teacher's notes here, but it would still have been helpful to have had a lesson on array maps before seeing them in action.

Chris Adams
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Chris Adams
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 17,895 Points

This has been common throughout this entire unit - I'm doing the Front End Web Development techdegree, and Unit 08 (this one) seems to be extremely jumbled. I was relieved to finally get back to classes with Guil - even though this content is new, he at least does a wonderful job in explaining clearly a lot of the logic going on. The first half of the unit, though....feels like someone has dropped their briefcase and have madly attempted to collate all the content back together, in a disorganised and jumbled way. It's a little disappointing.