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Should I Do The JavaScript Track?

I am currently half way through the Front-End track so I have developed a pretty good understanding of the most fundamental concepts in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. However, I would really really love to improve my JavaScript skills and most likely become a JavaScript Developer.

I have heard on here that the Full-stack JavaScript track might not be very good and that has made me hesitate. I really wanna learn JavaScript well but Im not sure if switching to that track is the best idea. Should switch to the JavaScript track or should I continue on the Front-End track? Any advice or opinions would be very much appreciated.

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

Why not finish your current track, and then join the Full-stack JavaScript as the next step?

(That's what I did)

That makes sense since the Front-End track still has a few JavaScript courses left on it. I guess Im really wondering if it would be possible to focus on JavaScript entirely from here on out and still be a good Front-End developer, without furthering my knowledge in HTML and CSS.

Finish the Front End Track then move over to Full Stack JS. In Full-Stack you still are going to have to refer back to the Front-End alot so its good to get to just finish since you started already.

What did you hear that the full stack JavaScript was not any good? I was thinking of signing up too.