10 Interview Questions Every JavaScript Developer Should Know
Eric Elliott

It is somewhat difficult to not feel discouraged or tired of spending X amount of time on learning a programming language particularly well, going into its depths and trying to internlize that knowledge up to a point where you would feel as comfortable programming with it as speaking your maternal tongue, yet at the same time, it is of the utmost importance to keep in mind what makes us relevant as developers on any particular corner of such a rich career (or field) as ours.

Getting a really good job as a programmer is quite hard, many of us have gone (and are still going) through this process, and I think that articles like this one come as a refreshment (if I’m allow to say that) and a very important reminder on how may we improve and polish our skills in order to “facilitate” said process.