Hi Raza! I spent most of my career in Atlanta. Currently living in Ellijay, about an hour north of Atlanta. Personally, I'm a little more interested in backend stuff, but happy to help you any way I can. Are you connected with TAG (Technology Association of Georgia)? There's also an Atlanta Developers Facebook group that might be helpful. Curious where you work, or if you're running your own business?
Understand. Thanks, Rama. If I had one recommendation, it would be to take one of the web developer masterclasses on Udemy. There are several that are excellent, but this one seems to have the best connection to the industry: udemy.com/course/the-complete-web-.... This course should cost about $15, as it goes on sale regularly at this price. I also subscribed to the "Zero to Mastery" newsletters - they continuously update me on the industry. This one from Angela Yu is also excellent - everything she teaches is amazing. You might check these out and see what you think: udemy.com/course/the-complete-web-...
One other thing: Something I've learned whether you're studying web development, Python, or something else: You NEED to have a real project to create. The courses have interesting sample projects that are quite good, but I always try to make them my own by creating something I really want to use. For example, in my last Python course, the sample project was to call an API that found cheap flight deals to anywhere in the world. i added my own enhancement and voice-enabled the entire thing, so that I got an audible report in addition to the screen information. If you make these projects your own, you will learn more, it will be more fun, and you'll have something interesting and useful when you're done. Stay in touch and good luck!
Thank you for the recommendations !
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