Things changed when I chanced upon JQuery. For me it was that easy way out which I was always searching for. Even though I could write JS code, it was bad and many a times I would resort to JQuery.
I'll be going along the following route -
- Look into Codecademy JS track
- Reddit's JS path
I know a month is long time to devote to JS, but my plan is to devote enough time to not miss on any concepts and I'd be trying to cram in JQuery and probably Node.js
If all goes well next month it is Meteor.js