I got some interest in exploring all that good parts in full.
First thing that impressed me from Crockford's presentation was
Till that point I belonged to the same category that Crockford mentioned in the above quote
So, I began to spend some valuable time with the language to come out of that crowd
I just observed the talks and grasped as much as I could.
When we start of with any programming language, it is necessary to know all datatypes and character set it supports
You can understand the reason for above fact in this nice blog
To have a in-depth knowledge in the concept of closures and prototype chaining , once you are aware of lexical scoping follow an awesome post
Also beware of this anti pattern while using closures
Really nice blog on when and when not use new operator [Don't dare to miss the comments on the post @yuiblog]
Once you understand the concept of constructors and functions, you can go ahead with a bunch of design patterns neatly explained
Want to test yourself on the above said concepts??
Try this awesome piece
Other interesting concepts like
- Named function expressions
- ECMAScript 5
- What is this for..in
- Try this Test and Find the reason if you couldn't understand why is it so here
- One other good resource
Hope all these links makes some sense to you :)