Web Dev Resources

What I used, and am still using, to learn web dev

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I was talking with a friend yesterday about how I learned web dev.

They’re just starting out in University, and were surprised to hear that I don’t really attribute a lot of my technical knowledge to university classes.

With them in mind, I made them a quick list of the most notable web development resources I used to learn.

ℹ I’m still working on this one- it’ll be updated over time.

I may re-organize things to be more focused on the level of complexity than the format as it probably makes more sense for quick referencing.

Video Courses 📺

This is honestly where I’ve learned most of what I know in a “traditional” sense.

Podcasts 🎤

I listen to podcasts to keep up on what’s new & upcoming in web dev, as well as a way to nerd out about existing tech I haven’t used:

Projects 👩🏻‍💻

This is where most of my practical knowledge came from- and where I recommend people spend most of their time!

Books 📚

I use books more as a reference, than anything.

Miscellaneous ✨

Other stuff I use on a regular basis

About me

I'm Mykal Machon, I'm a web developer / coffee nerd from British Columbia, Canada. I'm currently working at the University of the Fraser Valley as a Systems Analyst.

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