I have a question about “Basic JS” part of the Front End Certification. Was it built by a single contributor or many? I’m asking because I noticed a certain degree of inconsistency. What I mean is this: there are some JS lessons which are hand-holding user by (for example) providing examples of the code- you only have to mod it in order to pass. But now and then there is a lesson which happen to be, I would say, a pitfall- you are provided with a “pseudocode” and basic sketch on what to do (sometimes this sketch is unreadable because of user’s inexperience).
Thinking things out is essential in this job but I would say it should be restricted only to “Projects” part of the course where you test your knowledge
Elaborathing further, after a nice time with “if statements” and putting them to a test with a “golf code” challenge we are introduced to “switch statements”. First lesson in those is provided with a pseudocode and go figure it approach. After trying to nail it by myself I eventually went to GitHub for tips. Am I just stupid or is this lesson just poorly laid out?
Thanks for answers!