Thank you!! And no, I didn’t learn everything (I mean, the little I know so far) from freeCodeCamp.
By taking this path I learnt a lot, sure, but not from FCC alone. I don’t know about others, but personally I took FCC as a guidance to keep on track to be a fullstack developer. I learnt most of the things through documentation, courses, tutorials and the all mighties StackOverflow/Google. I think it’s the best way to learn. Ah, and reading code, of course.
Something I really recommend to everyone is reading other people’s code. I find it very hard, but you always learn something new. Like when you have the FCC test bundle throwing errors at you (and I mean errors, not just the usual asserts that expected something) but you have no clue on what’s the user stories really want you to do. When that happens, just go to the GitHub repo, find the tests and read the relevant code. That’s very rewarding and useful because there are tests that you won’t ever get to pass if you don’t know what’s your code expected to be doing exactly.
That being said, I find FCC a great source of knowledge and a better community who keeps you engaged. Really thankful for that!