I am currently enrolled in the Backend Developer course, which teaches Jave Script, Node.JS, and Express framework. I already have a foundational knowledge of Python and SQL through Data Science courses.
My question is, would it be better to build on my current knowledge of Python and start learning Flask or Django?
Or would it be more optimal in the long run to start learning Jave Script and Node.JS now?
The goal of the question is to gauge the pros and cons of each path and what would ultimately be more beneficial in landing a backend developer/engineer role.
Thanks for the advice! I will stay the course with this backend engineering program and hopefully by the springtime I will have a good foundation to work on my own projects to showcase job readiness. I already have a decent understanding of RDBMS so I need to focus on operating systems, networking, and designing systems.
Plus, I can always learn new frameworks as needed and not limit myself to a specify language and framework.
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