If you're thinking about getting into software development or want to add coding to your resume, the choices are endless. Even a quick search on the best coding languages to learn will turn up multiple answers, making it difficult to know where to begin. We know the feeling. Everyone starts as a beginner, and it can be hard to make heads or tails of all the technical blogs out there.
- Mobile development
- Desktop application development
- Back-end web development
Full-Stack Developers are proficient with both front-end and back-end development, and they can use any mix of the tools listed above. In the U.S., Full-Stack Developers can make anywhere between $79k and $130k.
Still, it's not a race. Learning to code should be something you look forward to. You want to be able to approach your course with a positive outlook and a calm demeanor. Nothing makes it harder to debug a project and learn from your mistakes than being rushed or frustrated.