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1321 Comments on "2016/2017 MUST-KNOW WEB DEVELOPMENT TECH – Watch this if you want to be a web developer"
Thanks for a very informative video; just right for a beginning developer.
Thanks Lydia! I'm glad it helped!
Great overview and fairly accurate. Wish I'd had it available to me a year ago. One other item that might be worth mentioning is Agile/Scrum.. seems this is pretty prevalent.
Thanks Terry. I've thought about that…I guess I feel like it keeps falling more under project planning and not so much web-development.
This is really useful information, thanks a lot for sharing! 🙂
Thanks! Glad it helped.
Please, please I am beginning you! Just stop saying "based off of …", it's utterly ridiculous. Just think about it. How can you base something "off" something else. You base something ON something. Don't mean to be a dick but it makes my ears bleed every time I hear it. Nice video though.
Hahaha. It must be because I'm a child of the 80's books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=based+off+of&year_start=1800&year_end=2000&corpus=15&smoothing=3&share=&direct_url=t1%3B%2Cbased%20off%20of%3B%2Cc0
I always wandered if it is okay not to be really good at design and css if you are a Full Stack developer! is it?
Well i obviously know CSS. But its something i don't enjoy working with. I would rather make frontend components or work with database models or authentications. I can't think of something and write CSS to make that thing happen instantly like many designers does.
Designing itself, no. Though it help. But to be full-stack you do need to be proficient with CSS, not a master, but you should know your way around.
A lot of the issue is it can cost a company a massive amount of time and money to upgrade an application platform with major breaking changes. In the React world, React is the view layer, and the other pieces are all modular and can be swapped out one at a time. It's a really great direction IMO. But to each his own and Angular still made #2 on my list!
I'm a newbie to the web development. You gave me an overall idea where to go. Many thanks to you!
You're very welcome!
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