Join Kirsten Hunter for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Polyglot Web Development.
- I hope you enjoyed the whirlwind tour of these languages.…Of course this is only the first step.…There are amazing resources available…to help you learn more about them.…The library has classes on all four languages…which will give you a more intensive…introduction to the topic,…along with courses on MongoDB…if you want to explore that technology further.…Programming books by O'Reilly are excellent,…whether for learning or reference…and Manning's In Action and In Practice series…give a different approach.…
I have a soft spot in my heart…for the Head First series…available for Ruby and Python.…These books are a fantastic and approachable introduction…to programming languages and concepts.…For Perl, I want to note Effective Perl Programming…as the book I love the most.…My copy is dog-eared and floppy…from 10's of hours of study.…And of course each language has a website…and online materials for study…as well as community interaction…to find like-minded folks.…If you get one thing from the course…I want you to feel inspired…
- Why become a polyglot programmer?
- Exploring Node.js, Python, Perl, and Ruby code
- Building on prior knowledge to learn new programming languages
- Learning API read and write functionality in Node.js, Python, Perl, and Ruby
- Implementing API functionality in Node.js, Python, Perl, and Ruby
Skill Level Intermediate
Building APIs Using Hapi in Node.jswith Kirsten Hunter2h 23m Intermediate
1. Becoming a Polyglot
Next steps1m 19s
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