C++ Developer on JavaScript | So You Think You Know JavaScript in 2019?

Rachit, an ex-Software Engineer@Microsoft talks about why you should learn JS in 2019, and what are the top things that Beginner/Intermediate JS Developers Often Ignore.

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34 thoughts on “C++ Developer on JavaScript | So You Think You Know JavaScript in 2019?

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Everyone has their own Career Path. While University Students think that Working at Google/Microsoft is victory, the real journey is just beginning.
    In today's world, we have access to information, and I feel it just needs proper direction and our willingness to work hard and be a 10x Software Engineer (I would try to be one someday).
    JavaScript is a good choice to learn in 2019 as it allows you to get access to a hell lot of opportunities – backend, frontend, desktop apps, mobile apps everything is possible.
    The main intent of the video was to interest the aspiring Software Engineers to realise the important of JS, and few concepts that would make you rethink twice whether you really do know JS or not. Its better to realize before than realizing by failing in FrontEnd/FullStack Interviews (Backend as well if you code via Node+Express).

    Few important points –
    * Class Methods are functions that belong to object i.e we can have multiple objects of same class, and change their method definitions. Think of methods as scoped per object level and not class.
    * Let and Const were introduced because they allow the variables in JS to have scope per block in which they were declared.
    * This was just a starter, there are plenty of concepts beyond the hood.

    I would be happy to watch out in the comments few things you feel are important and I missed. Also, would be great to see C++/Java/Other programmers commenting about how they feel about JS with its weirdly interesting history and concepts.

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Sir how are you managing python and JavaScript together?
    What you prefer for final year cse student either one or both together?

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Hello Rachit, I want to know whether you are working on any individual idea or project of your own like mobile app or web app.

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Hey guys,
    If you love JS
    Go for the book "You don't know js"
    That book is called the Bible for JS developers.
    Its free and available on Github.

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Hi Thanks for this wonderful video. Please make videos on es6 symbols how we can use this in project and other concepts.

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Basic topics and gave overview for JavaScript language , you should have shared resources for documentation of JavaScript , btw video was good and keep making these videos … Happy coding 😄

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Bro.. Since you work at Tower Research. Although you're in Software development. Can you pleassse give us any idea about the quantitative research field. I've heard companies like worldquant, tower research don't even consider students from non IITs.

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    ey rachit teach us full bro…….from begin to end ….ur doing things that was half knowledge

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    You should focus your channel on Data Structures and Algorithms, we as JS developers know these things very well . I am sure you still have a lot of ground to cover learning JS. Look for Reactive Programming/RxJS , that might interest you .

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Hey I am a 3rd year college student. I am learning Javascript from 1st year. All the things that you talk in the video, I was already familiar with them. But I didn't know what do to now?? How to earn some money with my web development skills???

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    Even machine learning can be done in JavaScript, finally a language that can do anything and everything!!
    Fun fact JS was developed in 10 days and it has bugs also, for eg: '1'+1 is 11 in JS.

  • September 20, 2019 at 04:54

    will u solve codejam problems or other algorithmic problems from now on??ur friend as well as competitor Clement Mihailescu codes in JS…that's why u r also moving to JS now… 😀

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