Were you looking specifically for a video course that covers both? I can 
recommend some very good resources for JavaScript as a language and how to 
wield it (in book form). React gets dicier as its a constantly moving 

On Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 1:56:57 PM UTC-5, 'John Clements' via 
users-redirect wrote:
> I have a graduate student that wants a self-guided introduction to JS and 
> React. The problem here, to some degree, is that there are so *many* 
> introductions. Does anyone here have specific references that might be 
> helpful? (Say, e.g., if Gregor Kiczales did a JS course on coursera… that 
> would be pretty much perfect.) 
> John 

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