Just sit back and enjoy because I have something amazing to share at the end of this article.
I soon realized it is more important for me to fill my gaps than to move forward. So I wrote a list of 30 lessons, things I already know, but have trouble with and the things I don’t know at all. I knew I had to go back to beginning and I wasn’t afraid.
One thing I did not know at the time is that there is long list of things I never heard of. I set myself a challenge to conquer those fields as well.
The journey began
I applied the same idea to other fields. Soon I started rehearsing Node.js, Express and MongoDB. As a big fan of npm, I learned how to setup Webpack so I can install and use npm modules on the client side. And of course, I started learning React.
With each step I took I wrote down what I learned and saved what was useful to my Github repository. As I continued with my journey I realized that lessons I went through can be more than a series of personal practice examples, but also a small library where everyone can learn something.
Today I chose to write this article not only to tell my story and encourage you to keep learning and improving, but also to share my work with the rest of the world.
For every example I wrote you’ll find a video or an article where it came from.
I’m expanding JSLand project whenever possible, but I’m also inviting you to join this journey, to contribute, to share your knowledge and build something great that everyone can benefit from.