You know about a lot of the skills you’re going to need to be a web developer. You’ll want to know how to write HTML and CSS, declare variables, write functions, use object-oriented programming, and so on. In this video, I’m focusing on skills you may not have – skills bootcamps and university programs don’t often teach and that you wouldn’t be likely to seek out on your own if you’re self-taught.
What did I miss? Please let me know in the comments!
The best way to put your skills to a practical test and get started in web development (unless you have a way to conjure up 3 years of experience out of thin air) is to try freelancing. I have a short email course that will help you start your freelance web development business!