Not yet a web developer? That's perfectly fine!


With all the various web technologies out there and the different opinions on which to learn first, it's tough to know where to start.


For the year 2021 and beyond, it is important to know what types of web development technologies and frameworks to study in-depth and what not to. In this course, there is no time for long-winded blabber of concepts that very often or not, put us to sleep before we even get to what's important. We're going to learn about everything you need to know to get up to speed with what it takes to be a real web developer in today's environment, transforming you from zero to hero.


NOTE: This is an EARLY BIRD version of the course, meaning content is not yet published. Pre-order today and save!


What Will I Learn?

A gist of what this all-in-one zero to hero web developer course will cover,

HTML5, CSS3, AJAX, JavaScript ES6, DOM Manipulation, jQuery, JSON, Git, GitHub and Version Control, Bash Command Line, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Node.js, NPM, Express.js, mySQL, PostgreSQL, Secure Authentication with Social Media Logins, ReactJS, React Hooks, Secure Payment Processing with Stripe, Deployment with DigitalOcean and much much more.

Most importantly, by the end of this course, you will be building an appointment-based marketplace where clients can make a payment, post a service request while service providers can either directly accept the service or bid for it. Think something like a freelancer marketplace like Fiverr or doctor-patient platform like Teladoc. The source code can be easily customized to your needs, process payments and better yet, have it running in production!

Skills Covered

WEB DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORKS LIBRARIES JAVASCRIPT CSS HTML5 RUBY RAILS FUNDAMENTALS REACT

About The Instructor

Shawn is the CEO and founder of Plantoost where he teaches app development, web design, software engineering, fungi, plant science, and more.

He graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2015 with a major in Applied Plant Science. Since graduation, his work has taken him ...