- 3. Richard suggests using Jfiddle to test code, Jfiddle is not to my taste, I use the Sublime Text and the browser, his Week 1 and 2 suggestions are based around Codecademy and reading the material, you’ve finished CA and already have some experience so we’re waiting for the book(s) to arrive!
At this point, book in hand, you’ll probably want to start working through his curriculum. Therefore you might want to return here later when what follows will make more sense. I’d recommend devoting part of your time to Richard’s blog, keep making sites and making sure not to forget what you’ve learnt in the previous weeks.
The feeling you’ll get from creating – independently – what is a fairly capable program makes all the sweat and tears worth it. I’d take it up to week 8 and stop just before backbone and node. By which time you should be very pleased with what you’ve accomplished. Upload your quiz to Github and feel free to gloat (only a bit though…stiff upper lip and all that).