Nothing much to say here really except that I've released another article for the Telerik Developer Network - "Leveling Up Your JavaScript".

As you can probably guess, the article discusses how to improve your JavaScript skills. This is not meant to replace any of the good books out there. Rather, this is a high level view at what helped me improve my own skills. It is focused on a few specific strategies that I found useful for becoming a better developer.

And to be clear - I'm talking about a "better developer", not a "great" developer or heck, even "good" - just better. Becoming better at JavaScript (and web development in general) has been a fun, and sometimes painful, process. So I've tried to provide some guidance as to what worked well for me. Obviously these tips may not work for you, but I hope they provide some useful suggestions for you.

Please let me know what you think in the comments on the article!