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Chen Wang7,371 Points
Which track should I choose? Any suggestions please.
Hi everyone, I'm new here. I have watched all introductions about each track, and I'm still confused which one is suitable for me. Can anyone give me some suggestions?
I'm a new grad student majored in computer science, I'm familiar with Java. I have basic knowledge about HTML, CSS and JS. But I have only write some very very simple web pages. In our university, all courses seem to research oriented, and there is no courses about web development practically.
All in all, I have some basic programming experience, I want to know which track is the most efficient way to learn how to build a fancy and mature website which everyone can use.
Rebecca Bompiani16,948 Points
Jordan Luse1,848 Points
I agree with the other comment front end is great in my opinion, also check out Rails if you want to understand a pretty simple framework. I'm currently learning it now and its pretty fun and keeps me interested.