More talks in the program:
10:00 - 10:50
Erric Eliot said:
All JS developers should understand:
- JS syntax, keywords, operators
- Built-in APIs (e.g. Array methods)
- Default assignments
- Arrow functions
But before that, people need to learn the programming basics (if, for loops, …) and functional or object oriented approaches. But then it can get confusing… because you have so many choices as a student (what to learn) and as a teacher (what to teach first).
You need to describe tooling, transpilers, es6, typescript, testing, and so on …
How do you make people feel they are able to catch up with the change and that they can contribute to the language and join the club (barrier to entry)? And don’t make me to talk about the fatigue. I am already tired of it.