N/APosted on - 01/10/2015
My advice for you to start learning Java script and C ,or remind yourself with the basics you leaned would be Java Script – The good parts by Douglas Crockford. It has covered all the good and the bad aspects, and the later it reveals in more understandable and easier light. In my opinion, it is the best resource, as it has been the least understanding program out there.
There is a very popular publisher of programming and IT-related materials, which produces wonderful quick reference and desk reference materials; O'Reilly. They can be easily found through a search engine. They produce coding “cookbooks” and pocket-size books with very well-written and organized information. Also, do a review of Calculus and the general function of computer hardware (all the way down to the boards). If you are targeting a specific system, I suggest seeking materials specifically for that environment. Those materials will prevent problems specific to coding for that machine or OS, and they will provide coding shortcuts. You can also utilize development tools designed to accelerate the development process. These tools are provided by the producers of the system.