From Python to C++ to Ruby on Rails to Java there are so many programming languages, it can be hard to sort through which one is best to start with. Many newbies want to learn more than one. If you do try to do that in the beginning, you will be completely overwhelmed. I know that picking the “right” one can be really hard. It can make you feel like you made the wrong choice every time you see a posting for that one language that you *almost* picked.
You might look up what language commands the highest salary and choose that one for your starting point. I get it. Python looks and sounds really cool and marketable. Unfortunately, I have seen many newbies start with Python and then never make it to the end because it is just such a tough one to start with. It’s a balancing act because you really can’t learn everything at once and yet, you may need some pieces of language in order to fit everything together.
CSSGrid is one example of how CSS can be used really effective and replaces HTML tags. CSSGrid is used instead of HTML tables in a faster and more effective manner for page layouts. I’ve listed 3 resources that you can use to become fluent in CSSGrid — QUICKLY!
So while Python and RoR and Java and C++ all have their benefits, if you are looking for the quickest path to becoming a fullstack developer, that path is looks something like this:
So use this path I’ve set out if it’s helpful, or pick your own. As always, though, decide! Learning more than one language at a time will slow down your getting hired time. It’s really and truly best to learn one language thoroughly. You’ll see that picking up a second language or a third after you really know one, is MUCH faster. It’s hard to separate out what you need to know from what you don’t so I hope this have been helpful getting you well on your way!