Specializing in Node.js/Full Stack Development
In this video we're going to talk about specializing in Node.js or Full Stack Development.
Due to its importance, it is understandable that it has become sort of a popular tool for programmers and software developers. However, just as it happens with lots of other tools, learning it can be very difficult.
There are a lot of information right now on the internet and trying to learn everything can be almost impossible if you go through all the literature of the language. So, what do you do to specialize in Node.js/Full Stack Development? What strategy can you use to make it work for you?
Transcript of The Video
John Sonmez: Hey, what’s up, John Sonmez from simpleprogrammer.com. Today we’re going to talk about one of the most popular topics especially today, specialization this time specializing in node.js/—no jay ass, about node.js/full stack development. You can tell when I’ve been recording too many videos when I say no jay ass. Although sometimes I do think it’s no jay ass with all the plugins and additions they add to it, modules. It becomes so complicated. It’s no longer simple.
All the time I tell people you want to learn X so you can do Y. Know what your Y is, pick the Y out ahead of time. Build an application so that there’s a reason for you learning this, because anything that you learn and you don’t have a reason why you’re learning it, you don’t have a why, you’re very, very likely to forget because you’re not able to apply that knowledge directly. A lot of learning, a lot of the deep understanding that you get from learning comes from applying knowledge directly to the Y. Pick out your Y.
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