Another excellent effort in this field is given by Eric Elliott online courses, and I could go on mentioning gurus from CSS and HTML/UI world, 'cause indeed ...
However, the first course is not exactly an "up and running" one, there will be more courses to follow and I probably won't mind refreshing my knowledge there but you? What if you don't have 6 weeks time, no direct contact with a teacher if not through a forum, no ability to understand step by step every single dot needed to satisfy your needs? Many new comers indeed were full of questions and the support has been great, but we all know having direct interaction with "a professor" is not exactly the same thing of watching a video and practicing home by your own, right?
I've finally decided, beside doing regular consultancy, to stop moaning about how many bad articles, suggested practices, style guides are there on the internet, fighting the problem directly, exposing everything I know in full-immersion weekly courses of a maximum of 6 people in order to grant best ad-hoc, face to face, learning experience.
Introducing HTML5, JS, and Mobile Web trainingsThat's correct, I am starting classes for both new comers and professionals that would like to learn how to code and step into the next level.
You can find all details in the HTML5, JS, and Mobile Web course page, and while I'm still completing site and classroom setup, you can already contact me if interested: we'll start from the 17th of August and I am looking forward to hear from you and tell you how to Web the right way. "What about server side and universal JS" ... you say? There is a course focused on JS only too, plus the flexibility to build up ad-hoc skills via face to face private consultancy.