Just started using FCC and I’ve gotta say I’m loving it - so well built. I’m about 10 hours in and it’s going great so far, but I’ve a few concerns I was hoping to get your opinions on.
I read some stories from FCC graduates who landed a job, and I couldn’t help but notice most of them work in Front-End development, rather than Full-Stack.
Looking over the curriculum thereafter, I also noticed a similar thing:
When it comes to learning hours (not project-building hours), Front-End lessons vastly outweigh Back-End development lessons:
Front-End lessons have about 187 hours of pure learning, while Back-End lessons only have about 27.
So I’m wondering - as a guy who’s interested in working in Back-End development and Full Stack development far more than Front-End development, is this the right place for me? Does FCC’s Back-End section cover it well enough for me to be able to work in it once I finish learning?
Hope you guys can alleviate my concerns about this, as I really like FCC so far
Hello and welcome to the forums. I don’t want to seem like I’m discouraging interaction on the forum, but this question has been covered in many, many topics already.
Also, I hope it didn’t look like I was repeating the “is FCC enough to get a job” question, I was asking more specifically about whether the knowledge covered in the back-end section is enough or not .