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General Discussion

m k
m k
1,546 Points

Study Plans?

Hi Everyone,

I find Treehouse to be a great resource, but am getting overwhelmed with all the resources the site has to offer? Anyone going through all the resources in a systematic fashion? Any tips on how to develop a study plan? I am interested in becoming a web developer.

2 Answers

First start off with HTML and CSS. Then follow through with PHP and JavaScript (and JQuery). After that, learn some SQL. Those are the main languages which web developers use.

Here's a learning adventure for you: http://teamtreehouse.com/learning-adventures/become-a-web-developer

Rob Allessi
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Rob Allessi
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 8,599 Points

Hi MK!

Learning Adventures remove the guess work on where to start and where to go from there. Take a look at the list of different Learning Adventures and start with the one you are the most interested in. Since you've mentioned you're interested in becoming a web developer, Gregg's recommendation on the Become a Web Developer learning adventure is spot on!