In recent times, web development has been a very lucrative job to have. It is interesting and fun, it is one of the most sought-after jobs in the world and helps become a better problem-solver.
Getting started in web development could be intimidating and tiring. That's the primary reason I wrote this book - give you the exact guides you need to get started in the industry.
Who is this book for?
This book is for you if:
- you want to start learning how to code with respect to web development
- you are an absolute beginner in web development who still does not have a path to take
- you want to break into the web development industry
- you want to earn as a beginner in web development
- you need the basic guides to put your skills into real-world practice
This book covers:
- The concise ways to get started in the web development industry
- The different paths to take in order to become a web developer
- How to earn with no matter how little you know as a developer
- All the steps that worked for me while starting out in the industry
- The mistakes I made and how to not make them as a starter
- The roadmap to becoming a self-taught web developer
- Tutors that will help you with their contents
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My name is Kayode, Kolade Christopher, AKA Ksound. I'm a self-taught web developer focusing on frontend technologies, who likes to teach what he knows to others through articles and books.
My journey started during the start of the worldwide lockdown due to Covid-19. I summoned the courage to teach myself how to code, thinking it would be smooth sailing, but I later realized it was never meant to be like that for even those who went to Coding Bootcamps. The road was rough and the journey was tough, but I prevailed.
I started earning through the little I know after learning just HTML and CSS. Today, I'm a technical writer, content creator, and contributor to one of the largest open-source projects in the world.
Why this eBook?
While starting out in web development by teaching myself, I discovered that it is never easy to teach oneself how to code. It is pretty easy to give up and give in to the hassle involved. I jumped from resources to resources because there are numerous of them over the Internet, I couldn't figure out what I want for five months, partly due to the information overload all around.
But in the end, I found my feet and here I am today. I'm not really where I want to be yet, but I love my progress. I decided to write this eBook to point you to the right steps without overwhelming you and overloading you with information, that's why I made sure it doesn't go past 40 pages in total (you get a 31-page book and a 6-page cheatsheet).
If for a valid reason you don't like what you get, get back to me within seven days and I will refund you in full.
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