Got through functional programming. Had a lot of trouble with vague requirements and weird quirks with FCC, which is usually pretty fucking good and doesn't have those problems. Hardest part was just wrapping my head around stringing together Map, Filter and Reduce, along with some other string operations. I probably *should* go back and get a more thorough understanding at some point. I did have to implement my own versions of them though so it's not like I don't get how they work, so meh. It's just combining them in useful ways gets very confusing for me, especially on objects I didn't create myself.
For now I just wanna get into the "Intermediate Algorithms", finish that up over the weekend hopefully (might be too much to do in a weekend idk), finish up the data structures + algorithms projects, and be off to front end libraries.
bleh. The data structures and algo's section did not cover nearly the amount of algorithm's and shit I thought it would. Which is what I'll have to dig into much deeper after this because obviously very technical jobs are going to want me to whiteboard similar shit. Plus I'll have to spend a lot of time doing algo / practice test problems and shit.
This is a fucking lot of work. Who even knows how long the front end libs, data visualization, API's and microservies, and Info Sec + QA sections will take Lol.