Rather than guessing, I've decided to put together an extremely short survey. I've listed all of the questions below, and you can feel free to respond by using the contact form, but if you want to make your life really easy, you can take the survey by just clicking the link directly below this paragraph.
I'd really appreciate your participation, so I can figure out what the heck I'm doing with this thing, and make sure it's delivering the kind of content you're looking for! Thanks very much for reading, and I hope you'll take a couple of minutes to take the survey.
Here are those questions!
- I literally just started programming
- I know a bit of JS, or I know another programming language
- I understand a lot of JS and/or have at least two years of JS experience
- I'm an advanced JS developer and/or have at least four years of JS experience
- I have five or more years of direct working experience with JS
- Functional Programming
- Object-Oriented Programming
- Database ORMs (eg: Mongoose, MySQL connectors, etc)
- WebGL / Other Graphics
- UI Frameworks (eg: Material, Bootstrap)
- Other Front-End Frameworks
- Node.js Module/App Development
- Interacting with the HTML Canvas
- Express.js Server / API Development
- React Native or Other Mobile Development
- Data Transfer (Fetch, connecting to external APIs, etc)
- Back-End Frameworks (eg: Next.js)
Should I expand this newsletter out to cover more tutorials and resources from other people, or keep it short and just focus on the tutorial each week?
- Expand it!
- Keep it simple!
- Heck yeah, that sounds awesome!
- I'd definitely check out some episodes.
- I doubt it, but I might listen to one or two.
- Definitely not my thing.
Which of these products would you consider paying for?
- Live streams of coding work
- Individual video coaching / training
- Video workshops (1 - 3 hours)
- Focused, multi-week training sessions with a small cohort of other developers
- Short eBooks on specific subjects
- Larger, more full-feature video/text courses
Do you have any other thoughts on what you'd like to see from CloseBrace in 2020 and beyond?
(no choices, totally optional, just let me know if you have any thoughts!)
That's it. That's the survey. I'd absolutely love to hear from you. Thanks again, and I'll be back next week with a normal tutorial. See you then!
As always, you can download example files for each of these tutorials from the JS Quick Hits github repo.
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