Constantly struggling to keep your code understandable while having deeply nested calls everywhere?
Callback trees a million deep are distressing.
Maybe you're not fully comfortable using async/await. The code works, but it's not clear to you why it works.
Writing asynchronous code in Node.js is hard, and every time you try, it quickly turns into spaghetti mess.
But what if you could write clean asynchronous code...
Imagine being able to write asynchronous code that's easy to read and maintain, how would that benefit you? You could ace your next job interview, impress your colleagues, or maybe even get a promotion!
Implementing a feature or fixing a bug in a legacy project is NO fun. If you could confidently refactor those nested callbacks to flat async/await, your ability to fix issues and implement new features would sky-rocket.
Async/await isn't magic. You can fully understand how it works after only a handful of lessons.
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