Because we all deserve the best, Geo ;). To keep going with what Colin was saying, not only does how you learn matter, but your background and as well.
In our efforts to bring the best of the books available right now in the market, we’ve rounded up only the best of them and ensured to pick those that have promising reviews on the web and also recommended by industry experts.
Nov 27, · Kyle Simpson’s “You don’t know JS” is by far the most recommended book(s) you’ll find. It’s a 6 book series (he divided the topics in different books to make it more digestable). It’s very important that you just don’t try to to have the first contact with JS reading the books.