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Want to Do Web Development? – Watch This First

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

https://www.patreon.com/chrishawkes

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

New to Python?

New to Django?

JavaScript (ES6)

Flask

React/Redux

NodeJS
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=SJl5THmcQik

C# + React
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=bnFgGYooDCM

Donations:
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Really useful Books:

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

Disrupted: My Misadventure within the Begin-Up Bubble
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Python Programming: An Introduction to Pc Science
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645 comments on “Want to Do Web Development? – Watch This First”

  1. Bojangles     June 3, 2018

    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.

  2. Royce Song     June 3, 2018

    Do you have a million dollar idea, but not a million dollars? Check us out at SUPERTEAM.io and let us help your idea take shape. We’re a funded startup in LA that specialize in the planning and building of tech assets including landing pages, IOS/Android apps, and even digital marketing.

  3. Econymous     June 3, 2018

    Bootstrap vs Grid? Hrm… Bootstrap is setting people back a bit much, don't you think?

  4. Rock and Roll Canada     June 3, 2018

    Great Video Chris Rock and Roll Canada

  5. wwwShadow7     June 3, 2018

    heh. Udemy interruption / commercial at 8:40. Oh youtube!

  6. The Destroyer     June 3, 2018

    I feel like this video was made for me at my level of progress. Thank you! Well spoken and delivered.

  7. J Kane     June 3, 2018

    Great video Chris! These basic steps show that entry level programming really is within reach of a total noob.

  8. Everest Ev10     June 3, 2018

    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?

  9. Vladimir Menjuk     June 3, 2018

    Great video. Reminds me of your Python tutorials that got me subscribe to this channel.

  10. Schrodinger's Cat     June 3, 2018

    Bootstrap's Bootstraps.
    Just wanted to say that, lol. Joke aside, real devs use Linux. 😀

  11. Lesedi Mashile     June 3, 2018

    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?

  12. homayoun shokri     June 3, 2018

    tnx

  13. Tonio B     June 3, 2018

    Lol I'm happy to see you have an anime folder

  14. Tyler Benton     June 3, 2018

    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.

  15. kabo123     June 3, 2018

    this video is so random lol

  16. M D J     June 3, 2018

    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.

  17. João Ribeiro     June 3, 2018

    Plus:
    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.

  18. Gaza     June 3, 2018

    Hi Chris, I've been told that ajax is dead, what do you think? Thanks

  19. Vortex Official     June 3, 2018

    First

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