Hello, I would greatly appreciate any advice, comments, or thoughts…
I am slowly working through the Free Code Camp curriculum, and on the whole, am really enjoying it and the learning to code experiance. For several reasons (primarily a chronic health issue that sometimes requires work flexibility) am determined to work as a coder remotely.
But while I enjoyed learning the HTML and CSS exercises, I found the actual Tribute Page and Portfolio Page exercises a real drag. I just did not enjoy them, and consequently, it has taken me a long time to be motivated enough to complete them (and even then, to my shame, at a relatively poor standard).
I believe that I am not particularly interested in the aesthetics of front end web design - colour schemes, fonts, the positioning of text/pictures etc.
So back to the point:
Should I persist with HTML/CSS front-end web development, or drop it entirely and focus on something else? But what?
Or should I learn it quickly so I at least have a basic level of competence even I choose to focus entirely on the back-end?
Or am I being foolish, and just need to accept that we won’t always enjoy every aspect of our jobs and take the time to master it as best I can, even if I don’t like it?
Cheers, thanks for reading; any advice, comments, or thoughts welcome!