Learn To Speak Nerd With This Javascript Course Bundle

If you don't know at least one major programming language, many industries will look at you like you're the guy who pushes the pull door.
Learn To Speak Nerd With This Javascript Course Bundle

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Knowing how to code used to be relegated to smart computer engineer types in sci-fi movies, and that was pretty much it. And even they didn't seem to be that cool, considering how often the buff action hero had to yell "SPEAK ENGLISH, DAMMIT" or "COULD I GET THAT AGAIN, BUT IN NOT NERD?" at them.

Fast-forward to 2018, and if you don't know at least one major programming language, then many industries will look at you like you're the guy who pushes the pull door. Regardless of the industry, coding can make your job significantly easier. However, you also have to make sure you pick the right language. Here's why JavaScript might be that special someone you'll want to settle down with.


It's Popular

Pretty much every nerdy coder in tech knows JavaScript. Github has rated it the #1 most popular programming language in the world. Knowing JavaScript is like knowing English or Mandarin in 2018. Sure, you could learn something niche, like Ancient Greek or Klingon, but when will you put those skills to use, other than in a rare round of pub trivia? Chances are, especially if you're an aspiring developer, the vast majority of your work will rely on JavaScript.

It's Versatile

There's a famous saying in the developer world: "Any application that can be written in JavaScript will eventually be written in Javascript." Not only does JavaScript power internet browsers, but it's also used in apps, on smart TVs, and on many Internet of Things devices. In other words, if you learn Javascript, then you'll always be able to adapt to the many aspects of the job market.

It's Simple

Humans tend to take the path of least resistance. It's a general rule of life, and it's why JavaScript is so great. Unlike a lot of other programming languages, Javascript is easy to learn and has a robust online community of coders to help you along. Think of Javascript like ballroom dancing; it's sophisticated enough that you feel like you're learning something, but it's not so hard that you'll want to give up instantly. (And you can still wear fancy shoes if you want to.)

It's In Demand

It's hard to believe that such an accessible language can still be so in demand, but there just aren't that many who have taken the time to learn the ins and outs of JavaScript. That's why JavaScript developers on average make about $72,500, with many even landing in the six-figure region, according to Glassdoor.

It Makes Games

Everyone wants to work in the entertainment industry, and unless you're hot enough to be a contestant on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, your best bet is probably gaming. There are tons of browser games that run on JavaScript, and with so many different app stores and gaming platforms, there's a lot of money to be made and opportunities to get your foot in the door.

It's A Good Side Hustle

Even if you don't see yourself making web development your full-time career, you can still make some serious money by squashing bugs for other companies on a freelance basis. You'll feel just like a real bounty hunter, only less physically active and probably (hopefully) cleaner. And since JavaScript is so common, you'll never run out of opportunities to cash in.

It Does Incredible Things

The future is all about interactive media, and JavaScript is all up in that game. If you're an artist or designer, you can use Javascript to animate your website, proving to your potential employer that you've got a little pizzazz. For example, you can make a giant pizza emoji appear whenever someone scrolls over your name, because if there's one thing that unites humanity, it's a love of emojis and pizza and pizza emojis.

It Gives You Power

Slow down there, Queen Cersei, we just mean that learning to code gives you control over your content. Understanding Javascript means you're not subject to a middleman who has to code for you, and that even if you do choose to hire an outside party, you'll have a better grasp of the scope and size of your project. That way, the next time you have an app idea that will change the world as we know it, you'll be able to figure out how to implement said idea rather than just shrugging and going back to playing solitaire on your phone.

If you'd like to learn JavaScript, you should consider picking up the Ultimate JavaScript eBook and Course Bundle. Anywhere else, these courses and eBooks would cost about $536 individually, but we have them for just $29. That's 94 percent off if you enroll today.

There's no point in working hard if you can't play even harder. So party on, Bane. Get your kicks out early so you can bid the rest of the nightwalkers good night as you settle in for the best darn sleep of your life. You earned it; you had a big day.

For more ways work your way up the workplace ladder, check out 4 Crucial Skills That Will Help You Land That Corner Office.

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