Use it or lose it. I'm an aged analyst involved in system Integration. I just would like to throw in my 'two cents worth' of insights.
For example, most beginners are 'gungho' to get started without knowing the 'terrain' they're in. There's FRONT-END, BACK-END and FULL-STACK DEVELOPMENT. Do they even know and understand those terms?
The popular issue is what language to get into without knowing the necessary skill sets to thrive... CONTROL STRUCTURES - CONSTRUCTS and DATA STRUCTURES - DATASTRUCTS are fundamental concepts...
Good luck 😨
Am interested in web and ain't sure whether am into frontend,vbackend or full stack,kindly advice please
Front-end would be a an easier way to start.
Thanks,and how will I go about it?
If you still don't know html & css, start with these MARKUP languages. Then pick a language php or python.
You also need to read on control & data structures (constructs & datastructs) to be able to program.
This resonated for me. In all things a fundamental approach will always be the most sound. I'm well more an 'imposter' than Ms. Ashley Petitpas, but also I'm an engineering graduate M.S. Industrial Engr, with limited experiences in software development. Always have considered doing some deep dives as certain problems I'm interested in can likely be solved via politically astute application to software development, especially in machine learning and especially of the reinforcement type. But I well realize that a fundamental understanding of certain computer science topics is essential as is having a structured, rational approach to apply for every development project.
Can you suggest any thing else I should incorporate in my approach Da2@ciri3dg ?
My next trick is to perhaps take a SAS cert course for various reasons. BTW. Also thinking the MSFT Jr. Dev cert course will be helpful given the approach I've seen in the TOC.
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