Don't know where to start or what course to take next? Let me make it really simple for you.
People often ask me: "John, how do you learn new programming languages/frameworks so fast?" The answer is: "I know the fundamentals well! Really well!".
Without a strong foundation, you'll constantly face obstacles in your programming journey. If you're a self-taught developer and never attended a software engineering program at a university, you have to dedicate the first 3 to 6 months in mastering the fundamentals.Fundamental Courses
Once you master the fundamentals, you should what area of software development you'd like to focus on.
The three paths have the most number of jobs are
Front-end development is all about building the interface of applications. That's the mobile app on your phone or the web site you browse.
Back-end development involves building services that web or mobile apps need to store and retrieve day. As a back-end developer, you mainly deal with concerns such as data storage, security, and integration with other services/apps.
Full-stack development is the combination of front-end and back-end development. Full-stack developers know both disciplines and can build an application end-to-end on their own. That's why they earn more!