Is this enough to start working as a Web Developer?
you could try, but most probable you would have a lot of trouble in finding a position. Look at job postings and see what is listed most frequently, and see if you can aquire those skills.
Most probable you would need at the bare minimum a front-end framework, generally React or Angular
Yeah, I don’t think there are many positions for someone at your level. There might be a few - some shop that wants and entry level trainee. But it would pay badly and frankly I’d be worried that they’d try to take advantage of you.
Yeah, I agree with everything everyone else has said.
But you have a good solid start. As stated, with some JS, and especially if you add a f/e framework like React, Angular, or Vue - at that point you get a lot closer. It’s still going to be hard to get a job (the first one is insanely difficult to get) but I would say that you’re becoming “employable” at that point.
I would also point out that the FCC curriculum teaches React and a credible MERN stack - a good path to employment. I’d recommend doing that, or at least something similar to that.
Any advice on doing it with limited time as I have a full time job (45 hours a week) and a home educated 11 year old?
I appreciate all feedback.
make every minute count, do not do codealongs and walkthroughs, learn stuff and build with what you learn, and learn stuff for what you want to build
I think its worth the try to find a job always… but i also believe that you should always add more qualifications, skills and continuous improvement
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