New W3C Course on JavaScript

JS logo W3C is pleased to launch its new online course, “JavaScript for Beginners”, to help Web developers understand the basic concepts of JavaScript. The course is 4 weeks long, to start on 11 November 2013.

JavaScript is one of the three major Web developer tools, along with HTML5 and CSS3, so register before October 28 to benefit from the early bird rate.

This course is a condensed set of tricks, advices, tools and good practices built around JavaScript, with a logical flow that is always illustrated by examples (some of them being derived from the W3C HTML5 course). Each week, a new chapter will be revealed (usually together with an assignment), and you’ll have a chance to interact continuously with the teachers (François Michaudon and Hugo Mallet) and fellow students.

W3DevCampus logo At the end of the course, we expect that you will think as a JavaScript developer and hence be able to read the source code of any JavaScript library instead of just listing methods and their parameters, and even – why not? – start contributing to open-source JavaScript projects. After successful course completion, you will receive a certificate of completion and a badge too.

Learn more about W3DevCampus, the W3C official online training for Web developers.

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