Want to Do Web Development? – Watch This First

This video is sponsored by DevMountain Coding Bootcamp https://goo.gl/P4vgKS



This video is sponsored by DevMountain Coding Bootcamp https://goo.gl/P4vgKS


On this video I speak about learn how to get began with net improvement in 2018.

New to Python?

New to Django?

JavaScript (ES6)




C# + React

Really useful Books:

The Self-Taught Programmer https://amzn.to/2k3RTmx

Disrupted: My Misadventure within the Begin-Up Bubble

Python Programming: An Introduction to Pc Science



645 thoughts on “Want to Do Web Development? – Watch This First”

  1. I suck at front end development even though I have already 4 years experience as a software/web developer. I primarily do back-end stuff and rarely touch the UI stuff, as a result of that, I can't properly layout a webpage and struggle to fix the webpage without the help of our web designer. Now I wanted to improve my UI skills.

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  3. Hi Chris
    Im a 18 y old web developer with 2 years of experience on coding and 9 month with a job as a fullstacked developer.I am focused on PHP-Laravel-Codeigniter.And nodejs-express(still learning).Firebase Mysql and also MongoDb. As for frontend i have worked a lot on Angular and a little bit on Vuejs.I just wanted to know if i am a advanced web developer or not?

  4. Lesedi Mashile

    Hey Chris u are very good in programming u really inspired me today and I learned few things on this video which I didn't expect to learn.

    Am doing my diploma and next year Insha'Allah(God Willing) I will do my Btech. What must I do to get this type of coding experience you have?

  5. Before I watch this video. I hope Chris isn't gonna talk about going to a Bootcamp in this video. I got a feeling that's gonna be the topic before I watch this.

  6. Is there any 'linear' path to learning web dev amateur to master? I started out getting lost in the madness and nonstop rabbit holes until I could connect the dots and see the patterns. most of the folks I talk to in this line of work seem to tell a similar story. Another thing I hear a lot (and have also found myself saying to others) is to ignore certain things/concepts as they just won't do you any good confusing yourself with them until you gain a better 'general understanding'. As a self taught programmer and bootcamp graduate I'd really like to see if there is a pattern between the syllabus's of universities teaching this.

  7. João Ribeiro

    FontAwesome for icons. They have now released the new FontAwesome 5.0 with a lot of new stuff. (https://fontawesome.com/)
    GoogleFonts for beautifull text fonts. (https://fonts.google.com/)
    BTW, you can use Bootstrap via CDN without the need to download the entire stuff.
    Yes… There is a TON of amazing stuff to learn. I'm on that journey too for the past years.

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