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Serverless Applications with Node.js: Prerequisite knowledge for getting into Node.js?  RSS feed

 
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I'm a graphic designer, who started to learn python to create tools for maya and javascript for after effects, then tried it for games and finally started using javascript and node js for web development, and I'm fascinated with it all. Starting to use node.js with things like gulp, so my question is how much of not a beginner should one be to start diving into all this? I really hope I'm not taking space from better users
 
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It sounds like you already dove into it. Are there particular things that you were wondering about getting into?
 
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Hey Jose,

As anything else, Node.js can seems too hard in the beginning, but don't worry, we all went through that. There are no some specific prerequisites, you should just try to read/watch some tutorials and books, and try to build some smaller projects with Node.js. Your skills will grow everyday, and I am sure you'll be able to build amazing things very fast.

Good luck with your learning
 
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Stephan van Hulst wrote:It sounds like you already dove into it. Are there particular things that you were wondering about getting into?



Hey thanks.
 
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