The answer to that question is, it depends. It depends on several factors such as your current level of programming experience, the time you have to dedicate to learning, and the resources you have available to you.
Day 2: Variables and Data Types
Day 3: Control Structures
Day 4: Functions
Day 5: Arrays and Objects
Day 6: DOM Manipulation
Day 7: Advanced Topics
Day 2: DOM Manipulation and Events
Day 3: Arrays and Loops
Day 4: Conditionals and Control Structures
Conditionals and control structures allow your code to make decisions and execute different actions based on different conditions. Learn about if statements, switch statements, and other control structures. Practice solving programming problems using conditionals and control structures.
Day 5: Functions and Objects
Recommended Daily Hours
- Break it down: Instead of trying to learn everything at once, break down the concepts into smaller, manageable pieces. Focus on one concept at a time and make sure you fully understand it before moving on.
- Get feedback: Seek feedback from others, whether it be from a mentor, colleague, or online community. Feedback can help you identify areas for improvement and gain new perspectives.
- Stay motivated: Learning a new skill takes time and effort. Stay motivated by setting goals, tracking your progress, and celebrating your successes.