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7 Best YouTube Channels to Follow to Level Up your JavaScript Skills.

These YouTube channels will bring your JavaScript skills to life.

7 Best YouTube Channels to Follow to Level Up your JavaScript Skills.
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I spoke a with freelance JavaScript developer who earns $85,000 per year. And something he mentioned piqued my interest.

So, YouTube is his most utilized learning resource. And he didn’t even bother with paid courses.

So if he can do it, you can too!

I dug deeper into what YouTube channels he watches.

So, in this article, I will share with you the 7 best YouTube channels to follow to level up your JavaScript skills.

Here we go:

Contents· The basics of JavaScript.
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Improve on The Basics
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Project-Based Learning
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Final Ihoughts.

The basics of JavaScript.

A weak foundation is the downfall of an entire structure.

1. Programming with Mosh

Mosh Hamedani is an amazing teacher. His videos always break down every part of a concept, explaining it explicitly for easy understanding. Checking out his channel would be an amazing start to building that solid foundation in JavaScript.

2. Travesy Media

Brad Travesy goes all-in on his videos to give a lot of value during his crash courses on Travesy Media. His explanations are in-depth and explicit for beginners.

3. The Net Ninja

The Net Ninja channel also delivers amazing crash courses filled with value and JavaScript is not an exception. Learn and earn your black belt in JavaScript.

Improve on The Basics

Constant improvement on a skill leads to perfection.

4. The Coding Train

Daniel Shiffman makes learning so fun and lively. On his channel, you can step up the basics to the next level. You can learn varieties of higher-order functions and other JavaScript-related topics.

Project-Based Learning

Solidify your grip by building projects.

5. Wes Bos

Wes Bos is an amazing channel packed with project builds you can learn from. He has a playlist on there where you’ll build 30 JavaScript projects in 30days.

That would be a value-packed month, wouldn't it?

6. Web Dev Simplified

Kyle is here to make the web easy and accessible to everyone. JavaScript is no exception. Check out his channel for value-packed project builds like the face detection build with JavaScript. It will be fun.

Here is the channel’s link

7. Clever Programmer

Rafeh Qazi goes all-in on a real-world project builds with an amazing JavaScript crash course as a huge bonus. Check out his channel and crush with JavaScript.

Final Thoughts.

Discipline, passion, perseverance, and having fun while learning is key since the pain of money loss is not your fierce teacher here.

So these are the 7 best YouTube channels to follow to level up your JavaScript skills.

I hope this was helpful. Thanks for your time!

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