i just find it very cool to build ios and android apps and I heard that you earn a lot of money as a good mobile developer, even more than in the web development branche. I wanted to ask you, do you think, that treehouse can bring you so far with their education, in order to be capable of build really good apps, like snapchat, twitter and so on..? I mean, that depends on the person, too. But what i mean is, if treehouse teach me the basics and i'm really good at that stuff and always noting the teacher's note or checking other websites like tutorialspoint.com for more materials, where the libraries of swift is explained, too and if I'll code every night and motivate myself. Do you think i can grow that much? I mean it is not necessary to programm such apps like snap, instagramm, but I want to be a good mobile developer before I start to study mobile development, in order to be very ready.
Second question ist, which branche do you think it's better, where you can grow more and where you have a change to invent something, that makes you grow very high and earn a lot of money? Is it mobile development or web development? Cause i kinda think, that mobile development is more worth, cause nowadays are a lot of mobile apps created, those are selled on playstore and appstore and u can really grow and earn a lot of money with them..
Please take your time.. it is about my future.
Thank you for the advice!
stjarnanFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 56,475 Points
Short answer: 1. Yes, you can definitely become good enough. 2. A nice mix
If you work hard you can definitely succeed, hard work pays off. As to your question on money and if Treehouse education is good enough: I was educated by Treehouse, and I earn more than I could have imagined myself earning back when I hadn't started yet.
However, if you work as a developer at a company, web or mobile won't differ much when it comes to the money. If you create an app yourself, then yes there is a chance you can make a lot of money on that, a chance starting any business comes with. But not all mobile apps are created equally, web technologies are improving fast and it's possible to create apps using branches of the same frameworks used to create web apps. So the answer is not as simple as you'd like. My recommendation is to ask yourself: Do I want to develop native mobile apps, like games, or do I want to develop web apps?
I hope that helps, Jonas
Is anything true, what I explained here? BR