Last December, after having been searching for over a month what on 🌎 to do with my life (that is, after 4 years of going all the wrong ways), it seemed like I had finally found a direction to head toward when I stumbled on Web Development.
Last December, after having been searching for over a month what on 🌎 to do with my life (that is, after 4 years of going all the wrong ways), it seemed like I had finally found a direction to head toward when I stumbled on Web Development. Naturally, I was seeing all these terms like front-end developer, back-end, full-stack, computer science, software engineer, UI, UX and it was all Greek to me — except they weren’t cause I speak Greek.
And so I began looking for a course to follow along and after several days I found Udemy and I thought I’d take a course there (since they’re so cheap anyway), to find out if that field’s a good fit for me.
At the beginning every little piece of code I wrote felt genius: I specifically remember when the teacher in my first course demonstrated how you can manipulate a live page’s code on Chrome to change its contents — pure magic. A little later on, CSS made its debut. Marvellous, exciting, perfect for showing off to friends and family.
As I proceeded with the modules though, little by little, things started to get confusing, time-consuming, incomprehensible. I panicked. “Maybe that’s not for me after all, maybe I can’t do it, maybe I need to go to a university to be able to learn such perplexing concepts.”
However, I still enjoyed the problem solving, the debugging, the styling, again and again until I’m truly satisfied, until that menu button is perfectly aligned with the page’s contents.
So, what to do? I considered joining an IEK (Institute of Vocational Training) but after reading many negative reviews and comments in several forums, I rejected this option. Colleges and online universities were (and still are) too expensive an alternative. So I started exploring online schools, boot camps, courses, free, paid, anything there is. I knew that a single, recorded course wasn’t enough to turn me into a professional developer. Finally, I came across a seemingly promising school — a fact that remains to be seen since I just enrolled.
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