JavaScript Interview Questions

September 1, 2012

Prelimiary review of the JavaScript book “JavaScript Interview Questions”

A few weeks ago I pre-ordered a wonderful book, JavaScript Interview Questions, written by Volkan Özçelik. So even though the book is not yet finished I thought I would take a moment to give a brief overview of what I have read so far.

When I started reading the book it was a mere 20-30 pages long and most of the book was empty chapters and sections outlining the structure of the soon to be full copy. Now, just a few weeks further along, Volkan has begun filling in the others sections nicely and the book has reached over 150 pages and there is still much more work to do. This book will cover every topic surrounding a professional JavaScript interview, from how to handle technical JavaScript interview questions to even how to apply for a job and react to a job offer.

This book provides an intimate and in-depth look into the heart of JavaScript and the parts that make the language unique from others. As if he felt years of professional and tried experience were not enough Volkan also offers various resources and links to related material throughout the book to help support points he makes, as well as to provide an alternative point of view to the topics he is covering. So far the references section of the book takes up 5 pages and includes over 100 unique links, and there are more to come.

For those who feel that this book is just for those looking how to get a leg up in a JavaScript interview, please reconsider purchasing the book. It will help you learn the hidden secrets to make you a better JavaScript developer and an all around better interviewee.

If JavaScript Interview Questions sounds interesting to you then please checkout the book teaser for a free lesson on JavaScript Closures and consider pre-ordering the book.

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