What is the best online resource for learning web development?
What Is The Best Online Resource For Learning Front End Web Development
Hi! I’m Will and I’m Yours. In the world of software development, we often wonder who should be trained to handle programming jobs. The answer is a little bit of everything. Not only are you needed to be fluent in all languages and have a strong understanding of the fundamentals of coding, there are as many styles of development as there are developers to use the skills. There are the pure beginner’s as well as the those who are already proficient in multiple languages. In fact, some companies are lucky enough to have single individuals like Alex Otto who have the skills for all facets of programming.
Vendors want you to be skilled in the development of the Web or mobile web. While these are different, if the answer is to not know, you probably should go for the pure beginner’s one, unless you have the facilities to learn all the languages simultaneously and would probably find the largest number of people to hire. You can also learn as you practice and that’s the gist of programming: developing for specific purposes. The phrase “once you know it, you love it” has some validity and if you’re good enough, the Web will work very well for you.
Most people view the programming skills to be the most difficult thing to learn. I see it as a way to expand your horizons. Every developer is well aware of his or her weaknesses and ability and it’s important to find the things you’re good at doing and how you want to develop that same thing for people. You can find the programming tutor in any major or small city and most no-obsessed programmers have started one somewhere around them, for both personal and professional reasons. The process for starting one starts with learning web programming basics. Start by going to some of the free resources and colleges that have it offered there and building up your knowledge.
Visit each of the bootcamps and universities and see which provides the best for you: Free? With a variety of programming classes? For a background background? With specific classes designed to help you with your current company? Here are some of the most popular universities for training:
• Programmer Magazine
We’ll keep you posted as we cover more of these training companies. You can do this without paying a lot of money, too! There are sites like CodeSprout, Udemy, Guru and GoodCode that give you free online education just for building one software project. Many of the top Universities offer a variety of courses and classes like Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Stanford, UNC, MIT, etc. So even if you want to be a programmer, you don’t have to pay. Also be sure to check out community based learning clubs like Dev Bootcamp in New York City and Geek & Company in Massachusetts. You can meet new people and learn about startups/tech and read interviews from actual people to help you make educated decisions.
Please feel free to reach out to me through the contacts below or directly to my LinkedIn Page, Will.Perkinson@Appazuma.com