Why JavaScript is a great programming language for beginners

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Reason number 1, JavaScript is the main language used to build websites.

A website is the #1 tool to do anything on the internet. Every company needs a website or an e-commerce, and every new business will need one in the future.

Reason number 2, JavaScript is one of the most popular languages ever. There are lots of blogs, courses, books that will help you solve any problem

Reason number 3, JavaScript is actually quite simple to learn and write, compared to other programming languages.

Reason number 4, as a side effect of being popular, you can find a lot of jobs as a JavaScript developer.

Remote jobs are booming, and competent JavaScript developers are not easy to find for companies, so it’s a perfect choice if you’re looking for a job!

One more thing! ⚠️ ✋

At the end of January I will organize the Web Development Bootcamp.

It's a 10-weeks long cohort online course where I will guide you to becoming a Web Developer.

It's not "just a course". It's a big event I organize once a year.

We'll start from zero, learn the fundamentals of Web Development, HTML CSS, JavaScript, Tailwind, Git, using the command line, VS Code, GitHub, Node.js, we'll then learn React, JSX, how to use PostgreSQL, Astro, Next.js, Prisma, deploying on Netlify/DigitalOcean/Fly/Vercel and much more! 

At the end of the first 10 weeks you'll know how to create web sites and web applications and I'll unlock you the 2nd phase of the Bootcamp: you will get access to a large number of projects exclusive to the Bootcamp graduates, so you can follow my instructions to build things like private areas with authentication, clones of popular sites like Twitter YouTube Reddit, create e-commerce sites, and much much more.

Because once you got the fundamentals, you only learn by working on real, exciting projects.

To find out more, visit bootcamp.dev