alert (‘Hello, World!’);

That’s right, folks. I decided to learn some javascript.

I have a basic understanding of programming practices after taking part in LaunchCode LC101 a couple years ago. In that course I learned some Python and C#. Unfortunately, I have let much of what I learned slip away due to neglecting to continue learning and/or programming.

I don’t want to work in C#, however, as, to be completely honest, I don’t want to figure out how to get VisualStudio running on my Linux computer.

Javascript, for all intents and purposes is going to be the better option for me, at this point.

I think I’ll be able to take the broad concepts of what I learned in LC101 and apply it toward the specific concepts of javascript.


I sure hope so.

Truth be told, what prompted this is that there is a Firefox extension that I like, and seems to be relatively simple, as far as the code behind it goes. I have ideas of what I’d like to do to improve it, but I don’t have the technical know-how to make that happen.

Yes, I could just put in a feature request, but what’s the fun in that, if I can do it myself!?

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