Jump to content
Killersites Community

Placebo

New Members
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Placebo

  • Rank
    New member
  1. Hi! I am in possession of your interactive Web-Developer-course, since actually around half a year now. I like it a lot, but only could do it til I was half done with HTML, since then I have started studying computer science at university and I was overwhelmed with so much material and stuff, that I only could focus on the subjects, which we had in the first semester. Now I have finally semester-vacations in and the upcoming semester we will have indeed a subject/course “web development”. So I want to continue to work with your course during my vacations to prepare for this subject, since there is HTML, CSS and especially javascript involved, which is also taught in your course in an imo very enjoyable way:) The thing is that HTML/CSS is done at my university within 2-3 lectures (I know this from older students) and then its mostly about the more complex javascript stuff. Since I have limited time, I wanna make sure that til the new semester does start, I have digged already into javascript and not have done only html and css- So my question is: Is it in your opinion possible and al right to learn with your course html, css and javascript simultaneously (like 1-2 hours of each per day, for instance), or rather not? I would be grateful for your insights on this one. Best regards, Placebo
  2. Hi! I have more of a general question and thought that it maybe might suit this area of the forum best: I have started to study computerscience and it will be beneficial to know some html, css, js, php in the future semesters plus I find it obviously interesting myself. So I have got your IWD course and am convinced it will help me. On the side, I plan to do some online freelancing work, once Im good enough in Web dev. On the major online freelancing sites, indeed a ton of gig offers are nowadays in using wordpress and no more in using traditional web dev fundamental languages, which might be Intuitively viewn lil sad, but it is what it is.^^ I just wonder therefore, how or is it even beneficial to be competent in the traditional language to do online sidejobs, in terms of building simple pages for people, when regards to this field all/so much seems to be only wordpress nowadays, when we talk "for real"? Also I really love the course so far a lot and I do like the structure. With your loooong experience, I would think that you also have a deeper solid theoretical knowledge. I wonder if you ever thought about doing some courses which are tailored and targeted towards people who study comp science, in order to help them out in pushing their leaning curves? Maybe a course in something regards to theoretical informatics or data structures & algorithms or general software engineering courses, would come into my mind...also a java course would be great. I am living in Germany and here Java is and many experts think will stay for a very long time number 1 programming-language when it comes to popularity amongst enterprises and companies. I have no clue as what the situation regards to this context is in the USA, but at least in Europe Java still seems to be very up, so that it is even the second programming language which you must take on on my university. So yeah, a java course would be also fantastic^^ Anyways, again - great course and YT-channel so far, thus keep the great work up!:) Best regards, Placebo:)
×