I had the same problem, and i decided to focus on back-end development so i agree with you in that point (learn one thing and master it then develop your skills and other skills if you want), i'm learning PHP and Laravel, could you give me some advises and how should i learn (tutorials and stuff) and i will be grateful ;) and many thanks for the post ;)
Thanks for the kind words!
If you try to learn Laravel, Laracasts is one of the best place to go. You have to pay for it but to me it’s worth every penny.
As said in the post, when you start to have a better understanding on the whole framework start building a project (something you think will be useful to you). this will expose you to issue and challenge you in a way tutorials can’t. you will have to search on your own without anyone grabing you by the hand and you will improve a lot along the way.
Laracasts are very helpful Thanks a lot
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