Hi Codecademy community! Hope you are all well and learning lots of what you have set yourself to learn.
I am a new member of Codecademy community. It took me a week to finish the Codecademy Foundations, Basics and very High Level Overview of all the careers.
I want to pursue the Full-Stack Developer Path. I have used drag-and-drop Website Builders before but I want to learn how to create something of my own. My dilemma is… Should I pick HTML, CSS, Java And back-end knowledge as separate individualcourses within Codecademy, or should I just go into the Full-Stack Developer Path? They claim to give you the necessary knowledge for Front and Back End…
If I was to take the different Web-development courses individually, do they go into more detail? Or will these courses be inside of the Full-Stack Developer Path, with the same information/details?
My thinking is that by going by the career Path there will already be A Structure to follow, which ultimately I want, as many people. My dummy brain thinks, however, that the individual courses might actually go a bit further when explaining certain topic details (Example: HTML Syntax, Elements, Etc).
So… Is it best to pick individually in this given case, or should I go for the Full-Stack (and Hope to learn HTML, CSS, JAVA, JQuery within it)? I would appreciate any insight
PD: I know I could study both individual course and full-stack. Even knowing I could do that, it could get messy sometimes, I think.
Looking forward to hearing back from you guys!