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UPDATE: This course is completely updated and current as of February 2017.
Creating a career in development has been the best choice I’ve made in life so far.
It has allowed me to be geek and get paid making awesome apps that help people.
There is an abundant number of tech jobs in every major city, so you can live in a lot of cool places.
The average web developer makes around $76k a year.
A lot of tech companies allow their employees to work remotely.
Needless to say, this industry has been great to me 🙂
And I want you to experience that too.
The course is split into 4 easy to follow sections:
1.) HTML Section
2.) CSS Section
3.) Code Challenge Final
4.) Course Project
In the HTML and CSS sections you create websites using HTML and CSS.
Add these websites to boost your resume for job interviews.
There are numerous code challenges to practice what you learn, as well as quizzes to make sure you know what you have learned.
In the code challenge final you build a responsive website for a mobile device.
In the course project you build a clone of the UK BBC news website and host it on Github for potential employers to see. This is how I got my first job interview as a web developer!
By the end of this course you will have everything you need to land a web developer job.
I am with you every step of the way.
If you have a bug you can’t figure out, post your code in the discussion tab and I will take a look at it for you.
Remember, I want you to be successful.
The web development industry is growing at an exponential rate. Don’t get left behind!
This course is free.
What excuse do you have to not take this course then? 🙂
Onward to success and freedom!
- Beginner Programmers
- People Seeking A New Career In Web Development
- Web Designers Who Want To Implement Their Designs