Since I already got familiar with jQuery for frontend development I'm thinking of learning other variants availabel for the same purpose at a later period. An year back,when I approached @bobinson to get his advice on choosing my very first programming language, his suggestion was to stick to 'NodeJs' so that I can do both frontend and backend development.
However, due to various factors I was unable to learn it at that time. With the announcement of lockdown I got a lot of free time and ventured into learning something new. I started learning programming from scratch while giving more of my time to learn 'Stock market and it's way of working'. I'm sure I gained a lot of knowledge in trading.
Coming back to coding, as of now I have started the basics of NodeJs from this playlist available on YouTube. In fact, this is the only best tutorial available out there it seems or am I missing something? The problem is that this tutorial is from 4 years back. Many concepts he shares might be irrelevant in 2020.
There are lots of programmers here on HIVE. Maybe some are beginning with NodeJs just like me. I have already watched 20 out of 37 videos in the above mentioned playlist and understood some basics such as exporting and requiring a module, creating and streaming through a server and some other things.
Would you suggest me a complete video tutorial series available on internet that you think will worth my time?
Bala had suggested me traversy media which seems to be covering not only NodeJs but more topics than that.
Which IDE is most preferred for NodeJs works? As of now I have visual studio code installed in my system. Some are suggesting Atom and others prefer Sublime. Give me some inputs in this as well.
About Upcoming Community Fork on Hive
Off late, I got to know about the upcoming hardfork on HIVE. We really need to have a look at proposals. Many are overpriced and are exploiting the system it seems. We need to bring it under control.
One more thing I want to be added into hive blockchain is the reduction of powerdown period. 13 weeks is still a long period . Wouldn't it be great to bring it down to 4 weeks to attract more investors. If we do it, it will surely be a plus point for us as we have a real community with us, something STEEM lacks now.