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I am way too OCD for this...

I just wanted to say I am loving Treehouse. The courses I have taken so far are awesome, especially the CSS ones. So much detail.

My probably here is every deep dive I click on I want to learn that as well... so far I have HTML, CSS, Javascript, JQuery, PHP and Ruby on my list of things I want to learn. This doesn't even include things like Node.js, Backbone.js and Java which I want to learn as well.

I am going to be here for awhile. Awesome job guys.

4 Answers

My suggestion for you is to read a lot of code. For understanding html & css, view the page source of the websites you like, so you can see how they've been designed.

Then for coding learn how to use the console first and then one simple command ->
git clone http://githubrepoyouwanttodownload
and view the files on a text editor.

Welcome, Justen. I'm fairly similar -- I want to know it all. :)

You'll find that there are a lot of commonalities and supporting info between different languages. For example, you'll still need to know HTML if you're learning PHP, and once you learn about variables and arrays in one language then they'll make a lot more sense in another. So never stop learning!

Thanks Justen Allan! :) Really appreciate you being a Treehouse Student :)