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General Discussion

Joel Feaster
Joel Feaster
Courses Plus Student 1,488 Points

Where to start with...

I've been working with computer science for a couple years now, dabbling in a variety of fields and trying to find my footing in web development and application development. I've taken courses at my school in Java, HTML, CSS and PHP but I am having a hard time finding courses that will help me advance beyond "this is a string" or "this is how you make a CSS file". If I am wanting to move forward with web development or application development with these foundations in Java, HTML, CSS and PHP (recently learned some JavaScript as well) do you have any suggestion on where to head next?

Sorry, I know this is a broad question but I'd like some outside opinions in case there's something I'm not thinking of. If it helps narrow it down, project based learning is always great!

2 Answers

27,258 Points

Try doing the tracks instead of the individual courses. They will walk you through all the parts!

jason chan
jason chan
31,009 Points


Then learn laravel.

I also like the javascript, and python courses. I haven't took the mobile app tracks yet. In the future I plan to do so.