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General Discussion

Hello I've finished the javascript course and am wondering what should i do now? Take more courses in front end?

Well i feel kinda lost im done with the javascript course and ive refined some of my coding weaknesses using exercism but im really interested in what will take me to the next level as a developer?

1 Answer

Bella Bradbury
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Bella Bradbury
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That depends on if you're interested in getting a job in development, and what kind of work you'd like to do!

Treehouse has many great courses for all of the different paths you could take. If you already know that you're looking to become a Front-End Developer, then the Front-End Development course would be a great track to explore! If you're looking to develop apps for Android users, then check out some of the courses for Android! What will be most valuable to you, and help take you to the next level, will depend on which career path you're looking to take. I'd encourage looking through the different tracks offered and researching the different job positions out there to get a better understanding of what would be required of you.

If you're not sure how you'd like to use your coding knowledge, there's a super short course 'Learn to Code for Beginners' that takes you through the basics of different general fields of study. This course could help a lot with figuring out where you want to focus next. https://teamtreehouse.com/tracks/learn-to-code-for-beginners