May 7, 2013 5:06 PM Subscribe
posted by OlivesAndTurkishCoffee to computers & internet (5 answers total) 37 users marked this as a favorite
I have been through a fair number of web tutorials (code school, codecademy, lynda, safari books) and I pretty must have the basics down. Can write functions, handle events, understand objects, etc..
But now that I've done that I don't know what the smartest next move is. There is a ton of documentation out there and I don't want to waste time getting in over my head. I am looking for more structured exercises or tutorials that take you all the way through building mock apps but don't know where to find them.
If I had unlimited time I would just start working on small projects and building them for fun for myself and/or on github--but I need to work smart and be as efficient as I can with my time.
Obviously I can't learn it all or become a pro but I hoping up to be able to make the leap to backbone and be able to contribute to a few small-scale web apps. As a noob, but at least a competent one!