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  1. I am a big fan of Udemy. There are lots of really good course and they are not expensive. When there is a sale, you can buy any course at the price of $9.99-14.99
  2. There are different versions of HTML. HTML5 is just the latest version, and that means that it has absolutely the same stuff as the previous version of HMTL + some additional features.
  3. Learning web development (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) is a good start for a beginner. Moreover, there is a high demand on web developers, so when you already have the necessary skills, you can get your first job.
  4. You need to choose whether you want to be a front-end developer or back-end developer, or maybe you want to build applications for iOS, Android, etc. 1. To become a front-end developer, you need to learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc. Very useful article: https://hackernoon.com/learn-to-code-in-5-months-get-hired-and-thrive-as-a-web-developer-5ab6838b2f07 The easiest course on web development: https://www.udemy.com/result-oriented-web-developer-course/ 2. To become a back-end developer, you need to learn one of the server-side programming languages such as Python, PHP, C#, etc. For example, a good course on Python https://www.udemy.com/complete-python-bootcamp/ 3. To become an iOS developer, you need to learn Swift or Objective-C. Apple launched its own programming language (Swift) in 2014. Very useful article: https://lifehacker.com/i-want-to-write-ios-apps-where-do-i-start-1644802175?fbclid=IwAR2iBH6W-Ooyp_nKcY40gnhR-ocIYVC8QFWEaI0MJuIiztlc1LTMk6_r4rU 4. To become an Android developer, you need to learn Java. Please notice that both Java developers and Android developers use the Java programming language, but there is a big difference between these two. Useful article: https://www.itcareerfinder.com/brain-food/blog/entry/how-to-become-an-android-application-developer.html?fbclid=IwAR3VNRF6owN0rLt3dDM0izZZCn232qbwlDyMeXTUe32QD8ONniifcyTPLhY
  5. Hi John, If you want to become a web developer, I would recommend you: 1/ This article: https://hackernoon.com/learn-to-code-in-5-months-get-hired-and-thrive-as-a-web-developer-5ab6838b2f07 There you will find clear explanations on what to learn, in which order and why. It's your roadmap in web development. 2/ Also, I highly recommend the Result-Oriented Web Developer Course on Udemy. IMO, it's the easiest course on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for beginners. They explain the theory on the slides, and when you already understand the concept, they move on to practice. Awesome approach for newbies. Highly recommended. Here's a link to the course: https://www.udemy.com/result-oriented-web-developer-course/?couponCode=LEARNVIRAL-0101
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