12 Books Every JavaScript Developer Should Read

Cliffs:
Only read 1 out of 12 books here. 11 more to go!

  1. “JavaScript for Kids: A Playful Introduction to Programming” by Nick Morgan
  2. “Eloquent JavaScript: A Modern Introduction to Programming” by Marijn Haverbeke
  3. “JavaScript: The Good Parts” by Douglas Crockford
  4. “Programming JavaScript Applications: Robust Web Architecture with Node, HTML5, and Moderns JS Libraries” by
    Eric Elliott
  5. “Effective JavaScript: 68 Specific Ways to Harness the Power of JavaScript” by David Herman
  6. “JavaScript: The Definitive Guide” by David Flanagan
  7. “You Don’t Know JS” by Kyle Simpson
  8. “JavaScript Allongé: The Six Edition” by Reginald Braithwaite
  9. “Professor Frisby’s Mostly Adequate Guide to Functional Programming” by Brian Lonsdorf
  10. “Node.js in Action” by by Mike Cantelon, Marc Harter, TJ Holowaychuk, and Nathan Rajlich
  11. “High Performance Browser Networking” by Ilya Grigorik
  12. “Web Audio API” by Boris Smus

 

Via https://medium.com/javascript-scene/12-books-every-javascript-developer-should-read-9da76157fb3

50 Best Resources When Learning to Code

Online Classes
1. Khan Academy
2. Ruby Monk
3. Code Academy
4. FreeCodeCamp
5. CodeWars
6. Railsforzombies.org
7. CodeBar
8. Railsgirls
9. Udemy
10. Coursera

Networking & Events
11. Find a Mentor
12. Local Meetups
13. Hackathons
14. Hubs & Coworking spaces
15. Internships

Online Communities
16. Github
17. Gitter
18. Stack Overflow
19. Stack Exchange
20. Twitter
21. Reddit
22. Hacker News
23. Designer News
24. Producthunt
25. Dribbble
26. Behance
27. Quora

Books
28. Clean Code
29. Soft Skills: The software developer’s life manual
30. The Art of Computer Programming
31. Programming Pearls
32. Code Complete
33. Coders at work

Books for personal development & business
34. Drive
35. The Lean Startup
37. Zero to One
38. Tribes
39. Blue Ocean

Youtube Channels
40. Treehouse
41. Learncode.Academy
42. Google Developers
43. Android Developers
44. The Coding Train

Ted Talks
45. Code: The next universal language
46. Internet origin stories
47. Programming Collection

Open-Source Projects
48. Code Triage
49. Ava
50. Contributor Covenant

Via https://medium.com/the-mission/50-best-resources-when-learning-to-code-496cefc29507