I’m here because I feel FCC is the best place to learn with the best supporting community.
I have been learning HTML and CSS and moving on to vanilla JS soon and love it.
I know this is a common question but I’m asking this in all seriousness because I’m about to make a big decision of which direction to take my life in.
It looks like we’re slowly heading into the direction of AI and ML tools assisting developers more and eventually taking over more complicated tasks, making it easier for people to build things.
I wonder if learning web development from scratch right now is going to be worth it long term. Could the industry change so much in the coming 5-10 years that all the effort spend learning now would go to waste?
Could the web and it’s methods to build it become so automated that these jobs will start disappearing?
It depends who you listen to. Some people say most development jobs will be gone by 2030. Others say that the jobs are only going to be increasing.
Because I think there are some very smart and knowledgeable developers here, what do you think is the most likely scenario?