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  1. #1
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    Career Advice Needed

    Hi there,

    I am very keen in becoming a web developer and becoming a freelancer in the future. I just completed a Business Administration undergraduate and did not really study much about IT except on my own. My IT skill level for a layman is 5 on a scale of 1 to 10.

    I have no experience whatsoever in web development. I read a lot of advice online but it seems everyone has their own opinion of what program I should start with. I want to find out where do I start? Here are some questions I have:

    1. There is HTML5, RUBY on RAILS, JAVA, PHP, etc etc. What would the best program to begin with and build my skill level. I am very interested, so I foresee picking up a program faster than the average person.

    2. In order to build a high graphic sensational site such as for a photographer, what tools would i need? I am aware you can build a site only with HTML on a notepad. I mean to build a fully functional site with shopping cart, intergrated with Social Networking tools, CMS function, etc etc. What programs should I be looking at learning?

    3. If I am an above average learner, with an average IT literacy as a layman, how long would it take me to learn programs in No.2 ?

    Thank you in advance for your worthy comments. I am excited to start but not sure where to start.

    Regards,
    GRT

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    I would recommend php for what you want to achieve.

    As far as learning time frame, hard to say. php in my opinion is a fairly simple language, but there is a lot to learn and a lot you can do with it.

    Hope this helps

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