The Complete DIY Web Developer Path 2016
I spent weeks and weeks scouring online resources to find project-based resources that are complete free. The end result will be a rocking portfolio to show clients/employers, with dozens of finished projects. These will mostly be focused on HTML/CSS/JS. Starting with simple static websites while learning how to level up my workflow using tools like the Command Line, npm, build systems like Gulp, and supplementing my html/css knowledge with frameworks like bootstrap, and CSS processors like SASS. I will even dabble in Jade and Jekyll along the way while pushing commits to github. These are all confusing technologies that courses like codecademy etc ill-equip you for. Once I get that out of the way, I will venture into building LAMP/MEAN stack websites, and take on building full-featured web apps and mobile apps.
I could go on and on, but let’s dive right into it. Next stop, a brief introduction to the world of online tutors before leading into my first project.