How I Became a Web Developer in 3 Months

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  1. I want to be a front end developer, I know HTML/CSS very well, but I started coding at 10 on FrontPage and cannot get my mind round responsive development and how to implement it. Would tree house help that?

  2. Awesome video! I've been having programmer's block for 2 months. It's just the fact trying to install certain JavaScript compilers was frustrating me up the wazoo! But I'll try Tree house since I'm using Pluralsight in the meantime

  3. It's been more than a year since I graduated from college in the field of Information Technology with a concentration in Software Engineering and up to now no luck in having a job in my field…. I don't know what's wrong. I've been applying since March of last year but nothing… Can you help me get a job like yours or help me how I can land a job like yours?

  4. hy
    i m imran from Dubai and i m learning about web designing and i have seen your video and its encourage me too much to become a web developer, i m very happy now that i m doing a great job now
    Thank you so much dear

  5. Been a "coder" for 20 years. I've done many 3-6 month web projects including JS frameworks before JQuery. Currently doing Game Dev with C#, C++ and NODEJS Stuff. Never gone a day without learning something new, even when I didn't want to.

    I would never tell anyone that programming is easy. It's problem solving using code. Once you understand the problem the coding part becomes kind of trivial.

    And basically tools today are very high level, so you never touch any of the difficult stuff but the second something goes wrong only years of experience is going to help you.. or stackoverflow.

    Half the work I get is from people who botched their WordPress theme install.

  6. Hey man I just finished TeamTreehouse's "Basic CSS" and they recommended to start working on a project to keep my skills CSS/HTML fresh. Should I make my friend a personal webpage? Should I look for an open source project to work on?. Thanks!

  7. Out of all the coding l/programming YouTube channel's I find yours the most enjoyable to watch and I don't know what u do to make it so good… 👍👍 Great job

  8. Chris thank you for this video . You have motivated me to keep going and pursue CODING . I'm inspired by your words and you made me feel that I CAN DO THIS!!! I hope to meet you someday my friend . Pls add me on Snapchat … DblEnigma

  9. Dang dude I'm rapping up my aa program and I thought to myself, wow what do I want to do with my life long term. So I like playing video games I started my own streaming channel. I want to be a none part time streamer but at the same time have a job that I love. My school had this program with media and stuff like that but they discontinued it so I'm like wow what am I gonna do. So I started to look at the different programs that they had with IT and I saw web developer, app developer and etc. so I asked myself, do I really want to be a web developer? And I searched that on YouTube and found your video. Thanks to you I want to be a web developer. I looked into it more and you can do things that have to do with video games as a web developer. I'd like to say thank you man

  10. I wanna be a digital nomad and don't know what area to choose to freelance in. Digital marketing, copywriting, video editing or coding???

    I'm interested in coding cos it's about problem solving and finding solutions but people say that it's not something I can learn casually or half heartedly since the technology scene is constantly changing.

    My main focus is being a travel YouTuber so freelancing in coding would be a side project, just to fund my travels. Do you think a side career in coding is feasible? Or do you think it's something you either dedicate 100% and succeed or fail due to the amount of knowledge required to keep up with the coding industry?

  11. Hello Chris, I am so happy for you. It is good that you went for it and followed your feelings by learning to code. There is another great thing in this. If you have your own ideas, you can actually build it yourself not depending on someone else.

    I am 43 myself and an internet marketer for 12 years. Normally I search for developers but at the same time, I feel the urge to build platforms myself. Being able to program yourself or at least program together on your projects makes you more independent and involved. Today I made the decision to learn to program too.

    Thank you again for sharing. Greetings from the Netherlands.

  12. You are so adorable! I've been learning code for a two months and have been applying to boot camps, but can't afford them. So knowing that I can do it through treehouse gives me so much hope. I was feeling super depressed about the whole thing. Thanks for putting this video up! 🙂

  13. Chris I really like your honest and really inspiring video. Well done for changing up your life, taking a risk with your work and believing in yourself, you're incredibly inspiring!

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