Resources for Newbies

You’re receiving this because you wanted tips on learning SuiteScript or completed one of my email courses.

With this week’s theme of writing your very first script, I thought I would pass along a few more good resources for getting started in JavaScript.

If you’ve gone through my free “Best Resources” email course, you’ll already know about places like:

I’d also like to point you at another good mailing list I’ve come across recently. Chris Ferdinandi writes short, daily JavaScript tips over at It’s not related to NetSuite at all, but remember that a good JavaScript foundation is also a good SuiteScript foundation.

Lastly, this is a must-have NetSuite Customization book written by my colleague Matt Dahse. It spans more than just SuiteScript and should be an essential tool for any NetSuite administrator, developer, or power user.

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