Frontend Web Development Bootcamp Course (JavaScript, HTML, CSS)


Learn JavaScript, HTML, and CSS in this Frontend Web Development course. In this massive course, you will go from no coding experience to having the essential skills of a frontend web developer. You will learn various web development technologies and create a few projects along the way.

Who is this for?

This series is perfect for you if…

You have never written a line of code in your life, but want to learn what coding is all about
You are just starting your journey to becoming a fullstack JavaScript developer but need a roadmap to guide you
You have some experience with front or back-end web development, but need to brush up on your skills

You might ask, how could this series be for all of these varying skillsets?

Well, my intention with the series is to go in sequential order from the most beginner topics to even some advanced web development topics, which means you can jump into the series according to where you are at in your personal journey!
What skills will I have at the end?


Let’s be very clear. This series will teach you how to code, and will teach you the discipline of web development.

In other words, by the end of the series, you will know how to code in JavaScript, and you will know how to create web (not mobile) applications such as Facebook, YouTube, Quickbooks, You Need a Budget, or even my own app, Eagle Eye Golf Performance.

Since this series will teach you how to code (which is very transferable to other disciplines), here are the disciplines that we will NOT cover in this series:

  1. How to code IOS or Android apps
  2. Data science, AI, and Machine Learning
  3. Advanced DevOps (we will cover the basics though)
  4. How to code in languages other than JavaScript (although we will explore a few others to give you some exposure throughout the course)

What topics will I learn in this series?

In this series, you will learn the following:

  1. How to code (we will use JavaScript, and here’s why)
  2. General web development concepts (not specific to any language or framework)
  3. Exposure to various web frameworks without diving too deep into any

What are we building?

I want you to walk away from this series with something useful, which is why we will be building out your personal website and deploying it. By the end of the series, you’ll have a personal website that you can write blog posts on, display your portfolio and resume on, and that you can extend even after this series is over.

It will be small and inefficient in the beginning, but we will refactor it several times throughout the course (for the sake of learning) until it is a completely functional and useful app.

The best part? I have no idea how it is going to look right now. We are going to build it as we go, which should lead to some interesting lessons and give you a realistic perspective of what it is like to be a fullstack web developer.
How can I ask questions?

While I may not be able to respond immediately, please follow this template on my Github repository to raise your questions. You will need a Github account to do this.


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