Whatever you end up doing, make sure you have an interest in it. Don’t do something just so that you’d get a job doing something you’d hate.
thanks! I really just dislike css/html. I like coding in pretty much any other language. I just don’t want any more than 5 to 10% of my work to be involved with css and html. Should i still continue with freecodecamp then?
if you want you can but just do the backend section and then decide
Well if you want to stay with C# ASP.net is Microsoft’s solution for web development on the back end but last I checked even they were recommending jQuery and Angular.js for front end. So freeCodeCamp could teach you useful skills even if you don’t want to make it your main focus.
I share your distaste for design (or maybe I’m just not very good at it It is possible to get jobs which are solely “real” coding but understanding design principles is still something you should know IMO.
If design is the issue - remember in a job you’ll be working with a team of people - some of you will have better skills in design - others may be skilled with backend logic - though I’d recommend working towards a backend development job.
While Node.js is awesome, I believe that C# is still more commonly used as a backend language (I’d encourage you to do some research on your area though) so you may have more luck focusing on that if you want to attract employers.