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    So you've decided on a new career in web development, but you're unsure where's the best place to start. You could enroll yourself in a computer sciences course at a local college, but that means putting your life on hold to go back to school, and who has the time or money for that?
    The fact is if you want to be a programmer who's in demand, you need to be proficient in a multitude of different coding languages. The more varied your experience and knowledge, the more valuable you are to prospective employers. The problem, of course, is building and maintaining your knowledge of all the latest programming languages.
    Maybe you've seen ads for intensive coding boot camps, but thought that might be a bit overwhelming. You'd be much better off learning at your own pace via online courses.

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    10-29-2016 08:42 AM

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