Networking for Web Developers
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1 points • bellamira
Thanks! I didn't even think to look within the service itself. slaps forehead
EDIT: I am also about to start this course so between that and the namecheap docs I'll hopefully have enough fundamentals to be in good shape.
22 points • SenyorHote
Entry-Level Job hunting
Is it enough to land an Entry-Level Developer job? Is there a minimum requirements for qualifying as a dev? I asked this cause i rarely got replies on my email application(could be my resume tho). and also is it worth changing language as most jobs here in my country wants PHP instead of Python. Here are the lessons on the course on Udacity. I would also appreciate it if you could suggest another course to follow or take to help me become better.
Part 1: Developer Tools
Part 2: Databases with SQL & Python
Part 3: Servers, Authorization, and CRUD
Part 4: Deploying to Linux Servers
Im now at "Authentication & Authorization"
1 points • Hernanpm
I refreshed my networking knowledge with the next courses: