Perils of Web Development Courses

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There are many education vendors in the market that offer web development courses to help all of us aspiring code lovers in becoming the best. But, what they fail to highlight is that there are at least 10 students in every session and out of hundreds of students taking the course every month only a very select few actually master the skills required.
What these education providers are doing is that they teach you the simple basic elements of code and let you play around with it. While it baffles the vast majority and they fail to understand the underlying theories a selected few would learn which elements are to be used where and when. The web development courses are barely enough to get you to develop even your own personal web page.

 

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The development practices and the coding trends taught through these courses are the current trends. What this means is that the basic knowledge and the coding theories that have led to codes development so far are entirely omitted from the course. Without understanding the code from its primordial emerging point, one cannot expect to lead the innovation and become a world renowned developer.
Another aspect related to creativity and innovation is that the web development courses usually alter an individual’s creative learning curve due to conformity and other typical educational system related problems. This factor has been highlighted by many world class innovation leaders like Steve Jobs.

 

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Even if you are reading this blog after enrolling in the programming courses, there is a way for you to make the most out of your time and money. The best thing to do is develop an intrinsic passion for coding and practice multiple hours a day and veer into the unknown. Make your own genuine mistakes and learn from them. Becoming an expert in the industry requires more than just some web development courses, it requires you to sit in front of your computer for hours at a time and make that web interface work.

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