Let’s end 2020 with a BANG! with these Free Tutorials to take for your Web Development Journey
“Shoot for the moon, even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” — Brian Littrell
Never be afraid to suck at something new, everyone needs to start somewhere.
Becoming a Frontend Developer in my personal opinion is the best path to start your developer journey.
It is easier, it is a good introductory topic before you decide to fully define what kind of developer you really want to become.
When I started I honestly thought of working as a Web Developer and nothing else, I don’t have any knowledge about Software Development, DevOps, Fullstack, Mobile Development, etc.
It was very fulfilling being able to build your own website from scratch, and seeing your friends using it, it was just so cool.
Almost 5 years fast forward — well, the journey was as hard as fvck but it was definitely worth it.
My plan to become a Web Developer has been one hell of a ride, a few months of working my first developer job I was re-assigned to the Mobile Developer Team, and now in my current job, I am working as a Software Developer.
So, don’t underestimate these fundamental technologies, they will serve you a lifetime.
2 — 1 Page Full Website Project using HTML and CSS (Responsive Feature) Included by Web Cifar
3 — HTML5 & CSS3 11.5HR Tutorial Everything You Need by freeCodeCamp.org
4 — ALL CSS 6HR Tutorial Everything You Need!
5 — How To Make A Website using HTML CSS and Bootstrap with Complete Web Design Tutorial
6 — Complete Portfolio Website with Bootstrap Tutorial 3HR Course
7 — Responsive Restaurant Website 4HR Course
This course is a good one, never miss it.
DevEd is one of my favorite mentor in this journey, and in fact, I am currently enrolled in one of his Udemy course as I myself regardless of my 4 years of experience, is still learning.
This journey is a continuous learning process, you need to keep walking, growing, learning, not just because I have to but because I want to.
10 — Build a Movie App with ReactJS for Beginners
Focus on one technology at a time, it is more effective, remember you don’t want to end up becoming Jack of all trades master of none.
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