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Ivan Kusakovic
Ivan Kusakovic
12,197 Points

What after this SQL lessons?

What's the best site to learn after this courses? What's advice for ones who took this SQL Basics course on Treehouse to do next? Thanks.

6 Answers

Ken Alger
STAFF
Ken Alger
Treehouse Teacher

Ivan;

What are you attempting to learn or achieve?

Ken

Ivan Kusakovic
Ivan Kusakovic
12,197 Points

Something what will be usuful with HTML, CSS, Javascript and jQuery, that I have learned so far. I wanted to make little break from that path and take this course on SQL. Maybe I should back to the path of Front End Development. Never mind :) But if you have some advice tell please :) I learned little also on some vertabelo about SQL and on Codeschool when I was subscribed. This here is shorter version :)

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

I would advice for you to go and do some PHP at first. Some back-end langauge. SInce you have all the frontend , you can do some backe-end.

You can do PHP basics, you can then go and learn WordPress, as well as as continue PHP with laravel5 whatever..

and or, take Ruby on Rails which , what i heard, is tougher at start.

Ivan Kusakovic
Ivan Kusakovic
12,197 Points

I learnt little PHP on some sites so I will probably learn soon PHP on Treehouse. Thanks Konrad :)

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

And if you get totally comfortable in that too, move into iOS or Android stuff, or maybe C# making games?

I would suggest WP very, makes life a lot easier. Or rather, its a nice thing to know.

Ivan Kusakovic
Ivan Kusakovic
12,197 Points

Wordpress is not serious for me, but ok. Thanks

Jonathan Grieve
MOD
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 91,040 Points

There's a new SQL course coming soon called Modifying Data with SQL. with more to come after that I am sure :)

jason chan
jason chan
31,008 Points

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/using-php-with-mysql

That class. this is application making an ecommerce website.

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

I never saw this. How old is that?

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

If you learn some basics of PHP it will or can give you some boost in your productivity overall as well as financial stuff. Thats why WP is good because it get a dynamic site up and running in few hours, or at least, what i think about it, its good to ahve it on the side and earn that way too, like a website for a restaurant and so on.

Ivan Kusakovic
Ivan Kusakovic
12,197 Points

Yes, but that's too easy :)

10 Wordpress sites worth as one HTML clean...

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

Telll that to the customer thats willing to pay 650dollars for a wordpress site : p its easy but i mean its good for extra income , what does it take for a guy like you, assumming your good at the front end, to make a website in WP? a day?two? 600dollars? and just payed for your all month.

Jonathan Grieve
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 91,040 Points

Considering the time it would take to make a CSS template, download WordPress and fork it out to start php templates I'd say about a week. That would also depend on what specifically the client wants from the Wordpress site. An Eccommerce site? A specific feature? I still have a lot to learn :)

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

I have lots to learn too. But if you are at it good. And at front-end, it woudnt take long to make a site for business, like a local business like restaurant. Not an e-commerce site.

Im new to this, but WP side goes pretty fast. You can buy a template for 5pounds HTML and CSS and twikle it to your needs. But WP, thats pretty easy once you know it and understand how it works, so you can pretty much take off anywhere. have a solid foundation basically.

Jonathan Grieve
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 91,040 Points

You've given some ideas and a bit of motivation, thanks :)

Ivan Kusakovic
Ivan Kusakovic
12,197 Points

Wordpress team from Treehouse salutes you! :) Thanks Konrad

jason chan
jason chan
31,008 Points

Konrad Pilch

I think a few years. The new tutorials are more with composer and package handlers.