JavaScript 30 (Part 3)

After almost three month I've finally accomplished to finish JavaScript30, a free course by Wes Bos. I learned a lot and I had a lot of fun on the way, so I can really recommend this course to everyone interested in JavaScript or client side web programming. I think I'll even take another course by Wes Bos about ES6, called ES6 for everyone. I am familiar with almost all topics covered, but I am quite sure that there are lots of small gems to discover.

Additionally, to get a better grasp on modern JavaScript infrastructure, I today started a course called Building a JavaScript Development Environment by Cory House which is hosted on PluralSight.