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Hello,

I would need some kind of advice from all of you. I am recently graduated IT engineer and now I am trying all things, meaning what would best suit for me to do as job in future. I have realised UI/UX design is for me (I have done some sketches) but I don't want to stay just at one field if you know what I am saying. I have tried with front-end development (html, css and js) and unfortunately realised that JS isn't for me (I just don't get the point when you code and when is too much of codes I just got one big mess in my head :) and can't do something if I don't like it ).

I know front-end is not the only one category in IT, there are many ones so I would like to hear from you what should be good to learn instead JS, etc. Also one more thing is that I have never been working in my life (no job experiences) so is even harder to start to learn WHAT.

Thanks

1 Answer

Daniel Benisti
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Daniel Benisti
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 22,223 Points

Hey, so first of all you should focus in one realm, and if you don't want to learn JS you should check out what designers do. as well there is a niche role who called HTML/CSS architect, so you can check that out. i do recommend to learn JS, yes it's hard but it will upgrade your career