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Alexander Melo4,297 Points
What Treehouse tracks should I take prepare myself for an entry level Front-End Web Development Career? I live in NYC.
Hello, everyone. Was just wondering if anyone here is a Front-end web developer in the field and can let me know what should be the right track to become a front end web developer in NYC. I am currently doing Front-end web development on treehouse. Also if you can a list of the technologies I should know heres a few let me know if I need more.
heres some example of my works, let me know if I am on track to get a job, or still need work
- Thank you all ! :) Happy Coding
Honestly if you feel you've mastered those things, I would go ahead and apply right now. Companies have wish lists, but they're not expecting you to know everything. Development is an industry in which you are constantly learning.
Dalton Dunn6,709 Points
Checked out your sites, there's a lot of loading and it takes awhile. I would take the Website optimization and the Front-End Performance Optimization Tracks on the Front-End Track. See what you can learn there about speeding up that loading!