How to Become a Web Developer

Today I'm Talking about how to become a web developer so I've been developing websites since 2012 and I've worked with many different languages over the years on many different types of projects.

The way to become a master web developer So let's Start

How to Become a Web Developer

1. Stick to one language and master that language


That's a very important point instead of jumping around learning a little bit of Ruby a little bit of Python a little bit of this a little bit of that what you want to do is you want to pick a particular technology whichever ones you prefer and then really understand it well and start building projects with it

How to Become a Web Designer 

so if you were to pick PHP for example then learn your basics learn your object-oriented programming in PHP and then pick a PHP framework,

Larry Bell is the most prominent import an important one but really any MVC framework that's up to date is a good choice

2. Learn the Langauge Well

You want to get deeper into the logic of programming and into the nuts and bolts of the language to learn how to use your particular language in an advanced way

so for instance with PHP you might want to get into anonymous inner functions get into recursion not only knowing what these are and how to do it but knowing when you'd want to use these patterns of coding if you will and as I mentioned just a few moments ago

3. Build Real Projects

A big thing is to build real projects you learn much more by actually building real things rather than just doing a bunch of tutorials so dive deep into real projects continue to spend some time on the side looking

Tricks to becoming Web Developer 

and exploring at more advanced ways to approach coding and stick to it until you become really advanced because the danger is to start spreading your self too thin and starting to learn 3, 4 0r 5 different frameworks or languages at the same time

you're going to have to mix it up when you're programming you always go to you know especially in web development you're typically going to be using at least Four languages

HTML 
CSS
JavaScript

for sure those are three you for sure you're going to use and then after that for server-side programming you might be doing

PHP  you might be doing Ruby may be doing Python you might be doing Java there are other options as well

if you don't know what server-side programming is you should do my beginner's HTML course

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