Become a Junior Developer and get hired in 6 month

Become a Junior Developer and get hired in 6 month

Who is a Web Developer?

The first step to becoming a web developer is understanding what a web developer does. Though TV shows and movies might have you thinking that developers spend their days wearing hoodies typing away in dark basements, that’s not the case.

In reality, web developers are responsible for the creation of every website you interact with on a daily basis. From Googling to reading reviews to online shopping, everything you do on the web was built by a developer.

Simply put, there are two kinds of web developers – those who work on the front-end and those who work on the back-end. Front-end developers build and style everything you see on a website using languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Back-end developers use languages like Ruby, Python, and Node to make advanced websites function behind the scenes.

As web development continues to grow exponentially, there remains an immense demand for web developers that is projected to grow over a 10-year period. With a wide range of possible ways to become a web developer, most learners are not sure how to begin. She Hacks Africa Academy is a great starting point for absolute beginners in web development and for those who want to build projects on their own. 

Those making a career change into Web Development come from different backgrounds and experiences and must be willing to put in the effort to learn and can become a developer. At She Hacks Africa Academy, we’re experts in helping absolute beginners make a career change, fast. Students start by learning the absolute basics and graduate with the skills, knowledge, and support they need to land a job as a junior developer in a booming industry, in as little as six months.

Ultimately, becoming a web developer isn’t a complicated process, even if you’re starting from scratch and know nothing about coding.

As long as you know how to open a zip file and are comfortable using keyboard shortcuts, you have the technical skills needed to get started. All you need to do is decide what you want and move towards it. If you’re willing to put in the work and invest in yourself and your future, a long term and lucrative career as a developer is possible.

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Unoma Okorafor

Dr. Unoma Okorafor is the founder of WAAW Foundation. She is a passionate social entrepreneur committed to empowering girls in African through STEM focused education.

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