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Path to web master

hey guys i was wondering that which languages and skills do i need to learn to become a web master a person who can make anything in web sites, anything. which courses do i need to take? which languages do i need to learn ? which skills i need to learn ? only for web programming.

2/6/2018 8:23:38 PM

kanaan

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Hi Kanaan, I must admit that it is the same with me! I did learn a lot with videos, too. It is like the lectures at university I attended years ago.

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But there are even easy to understand books. Did you had a look into the "For Dummies"-Series?

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that would be an alternative, too! :-)

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Sololearn does only teach you the basics. It is a good startpoint, but to become really good, you have to read science books about your topic. Books are in most cases didactically better composed than most tutorials.

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html5....css3.....javascript.... extras to know.....jquery.....php.....angular....vue....nodejs...

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I use a site called Udemy.com for learning. They have really good video tutorials. They are affordable too. Can get most tutorials for under 20 bucks.

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jan markus yea i know books are awesome sources but i have a problem and that is i get bored very easily and i can't just get my butt on a chair and sit down and read books that's how i am , so i found out videos work way more better for me to learn they're fun and dynamic so that's why i use youtube alot for learning

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and now I'm deffinitly going to use udemy.com too but here's the thing, if i could just get an app like audioable (if im not wrong with the dictation ) to read me those books that would be awesome so if you know any site with this ability that they have web designing books just let me know buddy.

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exactly jan like someone else have learned something and they teach you them with even easier ways but some books are just , uh god so hard to get involved with.

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yea exactly

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yea they are good but i didn't know they have web programming books too i only used the math version of them

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what is vue and nodejs ?

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and how do i get really good at these languages beside practicing? does sololearn teach everything about them ?

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mr miller i know about udemy.com i actually was going to ask about it so now i know it's good and affordable, thanks for your help man