HTML and CSS by Jon Ducket Book Review – Learn Front-End Development in 2019 | For beginners

January 18, 2020

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A question I’m being asked a lot is: “how can I become a front-end web developer?”. HTML and CSS are the keys to become a frontend developer. You don’t need to go to a college for 3 years to make over 60K as a web developer in 2019. Not anymore.
As a self-taught, in this video, I’m reviewing a book made for beginners who want to build websites. Everyone on youtube is already telling you that this is the best book to build your first website. But as a future Web Developer, should you really buy this book? Is this the best book for you?

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