I know I’m probably late into the game but I really want to get into web developement. Just wanting help to knowing which languages should I learn and which one I should start with.
@joeyraymundo87724890 my friend, it is never too late to acquire a new skill!
So, the short version:
Assuming you have little to no experience with programming - start with JS, HTML and CSS. These are the foundations for most websites you will see.
If you wish to consume some content off-platform, there is a massive amount of content on YouTube and a flurry of articles to read on these topics.
I hope it helps and happy coding!
Don’t worry about being late. These things aren’t going away, so having some knowledge of what’s going on under the hood is only going to be a benefit going forward.
p.s. I’m 47, you young whippersnapper.
Thank you @vincentb.e. I am actually starting with HTML. Thank you for the advice though. Much appreciated!
I’m sure you will encounter it eventually, but w3schools and MDN Webdocs have documentation and examples for all things HTML. These tools are great to have if you want to dive a little further into a specific type of element or if you want to explore the language. MDN can sometimes be a little technical and therefore hard to understand, but it does provide a lot of invaluable knowledge!
I am 41:) Not too late.