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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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The Udacity Mobile Web Development course has started

I enjoyed going through the first three lessons of the Mobile Web Development course on Udacity and I highly recommend it to web developers and hobbyist programmers. It is a categorized as an intermediate level course but I feel a basic background in HTML, CSS & JavaScript is enough for anyone to get started.


The course is taught by Google employees, Peter Lubbers & Chris Wilson - folks who are deeply experienced & passionate about web development.

There are 12 lessons in all with quizzes in between. Though it is possible skip the quiz that follows a topic, the normal flow requires you to answer it before you can move forward - which is a good way to stay involved and reflect on what you're learning.

Considering that this is a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), the Forum for the course is abuzz with scores of questions and answers from participants across the world.

Also see: Free 42 episode video series on HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript for Absolute Beginners

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