im 28 years old and i want to become a web developer.
what should i learn?
i realy need your advice.
thank you for your time.
1. Go to http://www.the-web-book.com/, download the e-book and read it.
2. Go to http://w3schools.com/ and dive into the tutorials there.
thank you very much and i realy appreciated.
but to be honest it still not clear for me,i have alot of questions,first of all,im i able to learn by myself to be a proper web developer even i have no backgruond in this field ?how long it takes me to learn every things?
is w3school.com any good (coz its free)?how to get certified as a web developer?do i have to pass each exam in each language i have learned?
i realy need your advice so can you pleas help me and make it for me clear (pleas)
thank you again for your time.
Pleas can somone answer my questions?
Certification is not necessary. W3schools is good, but with all programming, experience is the most vital, in a few regards. Firstly, it's only with practice that you will become good, especially if you've never programmed before. Secondly, a portfolio is as good as if not better than most certs as far as convincing clients goes.
thankyou very much,but you didint answer all my question.
thankyou alot again.
There is lots of info on the web (what a surprise!): http://tinyurl.com/399z5tl
until now i didnt get it.
Originally Posted by nogdog
i have been told if you want to start learning web development you should learn the web 2.0 architectures,is it right or im wasting my time.
thank you for your time.
You start with the basics, which you've already been given in this thread.
im realy shocked coz i thought this is the best websit ever to find about the web development, to get the right answers for all our questions i mean specific answer however im still waiting for my answers coz im not a quiter and im serious about becoming a web developer.
again,i havent a previous experience of web development and im 28 years old and im going to do a self study coz i cant offord it.
im lost and im confused so pleas some one guide me to the right things
thank yo so much.
I see several good answers and I thought "The Web Book" was an excellent piece of work. Thank you for that, jpijper.
OK, step one: go to the website above, W3 schools.com and learn HTML. That's the first step.
Originally Posted by hayk1
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