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Should I learn Django after Front End Web Development Track or proceed with Full Stack Javascript?

I am currently working as a middleware developer and would like to transition into a Full Stack Developer role; I also aspire to build my own website/s so I am looking to learn both the front end and back end. Please help me decide which track to take for learning back end side of things.

1 Answer

Jack Cummins
Jack Cummins
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You should probably do Full Stack Javascript.