How to learn Javascript in 60 easy steps

What you'll learn write their own javascripts modify existing javascript create objects and accessing their properties

Created by: Gaurav Nishad

Produced in 2017

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Course Description

Description In this JavaScript course, you will learn javascript from scratch.A This course includes foundation and intermediate level training of javascript up to object oriented javascript.A I have divided the course in two sections : Foundation and Object Oriented. So if you are complete newbie in JavaScript, you will get to know a lot in this course. And if you are familiar with basic javascript, then object oriented is your part. But I would recommend you to start from lecture 1 as I have explained everything in deep so you can revise and redefine your skills. This course consists, basic javascript, variables, operators, control statements, loops, arrays, functions and everything about object oriented javascript. Enroll now and start learning. Who this course is for: This course is fit for complete newbies Pro JS developers should not take this course Intermediate level developers can learn objects

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Instructor Details

Gaurav Nishad

Mr. Gaurav Nishad  has done B.Sc  in Mathematics from SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi University and M.Sc from University of Delhi. He has taught many courses on Udemy.His interest lies in Quantitative and Qualitative Mathematics.He has been a visiting faculty in ISI (Indian Statistical Institue) , Kolkata.He also have  worked on many statistical Softwares like stata etc.He has worked for a well reputed company before coming into teaching Profession.He has interest in Data Analytics and Data Science.For over 5 years, he has been involved in efforts to make mathematics education at the school and college level more interesting and fulfilling through special topics, projects, and an appreciation of the myriad links of mathematics with other disciplines. This began during his time as a teacher at St. Stephen's College and was his main focus during the years he spent with the Mathematical Sciences Foundation. He has also served several times as resident faculty for the Mathematical Training & Talent Search program sponsored by the National Board for Higher Mathematics. 

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