Self-Study Table of Contents

The SuiteScript Self-Study will be available soon, and I am so excited. My sincerest hope is that this will enable many more aspiring developers to get their foot in the door in the SuiteScript world, and provide the community with a clear roadmap for building a strong foundation of SuiteScript knowledge.

Here is a screenshot of the Curriculum’s table of contents:


You can download the first few sections of the SuiteScript Self-Study Curriculum from this page. Constructive criticism is encouraged.

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