just google farnam street, read just one article and you will be blown away. This guy shane is the one of best gift i have found on the internet. Just think about this for a moment. For me, reading, productivity, learning, are the only thing - i am getting everything at one place.
Right now, i have no money, working on a 2012 old lanova 32 bit laptop with pirated windows 7 installed on it - doing my hustle for making little money. Parents shout everday for sitting whole day on laptop - but this is what i need to do for a better life, for a better future.
As soon as i get money, i would spend that $100 for farnam street membership to get those 3 courses because they are brilliant.
Yeah, Flask is great. I really like the minimalistic approach of how you create an application in Flask. That's why sometimes it feels more like a library whereas Django is a full-blown framework.
I tried learning Django but found it hard to grasp (maybe because I only did the basics, probably designing a big application is easy).
Can you share what resources you used to learn it? (apart from the documentation, it's great)
I have already tried 'Basic Django Roadmap' (Just the first module). Is it any good?
Edit 1: Haha, I just saw your post on the top of this thread. and the first recommendation is that course. I guess it is pretty good. Maybe I should do some more modules and see if I should learn Django (if required). Pretty happy with Flask for now. Thanks for sharing your experience!
sorry for the late response, did not see your epic comment! @bogdan187 ofcourse, love coding, doing it every day hehe
the trajectory is as following,
taking the web dev bootcamp from colt steele, (after finsishing css and html modules) going onto codewithmosh's course on css & html (and maybe a quick weg page syling project)
after that back onto colt's course till I am done with js
and then going fully into project or the odinproject( or... I might go into the odinproject instead of colt's course not decided yet, I am one module shy from finsihing up css so will see afterwards I guess, do you really recommend to go with the odin one wihtout prior experience besides the basics of js (without classes included)? and html and css honestly now haha
thanks in advance
@sims0702 Well, I don't know what would suit you better, video courses or books or maybe a course like The Odin Project.
To me, most video courses are boring, and I rarely finish them. I don't like Udemy courses, so I can't help you with that.
@bogdan187 I think I figured it out... as you said gtfo with all of those courses
I am fully going one the odin project, do you have any suggestion on what ot supplement it with? Or take a course/book before beginning with it
I've followed a lot of courses, When I had started I completed these -
Just Express (with a bunch of node and http). In detail. By Robert Bunch
How to Create A Website: An HTML Tutorial and CSS Tutorial by Todd Mcleod
You can see, mostly technical stuff but now after 3 years, I'm going through interview prep and have list of things to complete
Problem Solving: Technical, Non-Technical (Most underestimated, ever got infuriated by business teams?: A book & Healthy Software Developer YT)
Prepping for Front End Interview nowdays: Js, React, Html, Css, Nodejs, Accessibility, Performance, UI system design [Note:
I have deleted all the courses and focusing on very tiny but important ones. Documenting my learning, Sources: Frontend masters (have sub), Books & YT channels like Jser ]