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- New @(^_^)@If you like learning via video, look up traversy media on YouTube. Very understandable at 2x speed.
Some Udemy courses are great too. https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-web-developer-zero-to-mastery/
Good luck.Feb 11 0
- Amazon / Other FroogleIf you’re not a recent grad, you might be better off telling the recruiter that you’re stronger as a back end developer and that you want to be interviewed for a back end position instead. It’ll be really hard to prep for front end related questions if you have no experience and if the interview is soon.
This probably won’t work if you’re interviewing at a small company though