JavaScript For Millennials

  • JavaScript programming is no longer what it used to be since the day of new features added in EcmaScript 6 , 7 & soon 8 .
  • Yak shaving is a programming term that refers to a series of tasks that need to be performed before a project can progress to its next milestone.
  • Shaving the Yak in programming means working on seemingly-unrelated things that gradually get you closer to your primary goals, which totally depends on those smaller tasks.
  • With “JavaScript For Millennials” (at 85% complete) and “Vue Framework…” (at about 25%) it is very likely that these are the last books I am going to write for quite some time.
  • With my new books JavaScript for Millennials and Vue Framework for Millennials you are given an opportunity to get up to speed with new methodologies fast, investigate how to build real-world applications with Vue, React and Angular in the first book and/or focus entirely on Vue in VFFM.

Early Access If you pre-order now you will also get early access to both books as soon as July 15th, before paperback is released!

@js_tut: @JeromeHardaway Why not preorder JavaScript for dem Millennials 😛 #javascript #vuejs #webdev #reactjs #angularjs

My last books in JavaScript genre are almost completed. I don’t think after this I will be writing any more books. But here they are. You have a chance to preorder them now. Hopefully, I made the right choice for subjects. You can get both books for the price of one. Yours on August 1st and 15th respectively.

Hay. Haven’t you herd? JavaScript programming is no longer what it used to be since the day of new features added in EcmaScript 6, 7 & soon 8.

What is React, Vue and Angular? How do they work? Which one should you choose? What makes each one distinct from one another?

Node.js, NPM, Babel (that’s from the Bible)?

IOW: What in the world is happening to JavaScript?

Why did the language change over the last few years? How can you adapt to these new changes?

What in the world are generators? How about the yield keyword? What is imperative programming style?

Yak shaving is a programming term that refers to a series of tasks that need to be performed before a project can progress to its next milestone. This term is believed to have been coined by Carlin Vieri and was inspired by an episode of “The Ren & Stimpy Show.”

Therefore, there has never been a better time for a reloaded discussion on JavaScript. Millennial JavaScript is nothing like JavaScript in the Netscape Navigator. The way it was from the very beginning. Or even in few generations that followed. JavaScript changed over time. But greatest modifications took place only recently. Even seasoned web developers haven’t completely grasped them.

Why preorder these books now? Well, you are helping me support my work so I can continue writing and help others learn. And hopefully, you will find that the the writing was fun and not too technical, containing explanations that actually bring the reader to a deeper understanding of the subject regardless of experience level.

With “JavaScript For Millennials” (at 85% complete) and “Vue Framework…” (at about 25%) it is very likely that these are the last books I am going to write for quite some time. I’ll probably write a few on game development in 2018 and 2019. But these are my “Post Mortem” books on JavaScript language. Ever since I started my writing career with jQuery Gems about 6 years ago.

With my new books JavaScript for Millennials and Vue Framework for Millennials you are given an opportunity to get up to speed with new methodologies fast, investigate how to build real-world applications with Vue, React and Angular in the first book and/or focus entirely on Vue in VFFM.

Shave the yak, before the yak shaves you.

JavaScript For Millennials

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