Skills Every Web Developer needs

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1. Basics
If you wish to pursue a career as a web developer, basics come first

- JavaScript

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2. Version Control
It means tracking and managing changes to software code. Its made easy using Git.

- Basic use of Git
- Repo Hosting Services
- GitHub
- GitLab
- BitBucket

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3. Web Security
Basic knowledge of the measures and protocols is useful when developing websites and moving on.

- Content Security Policy

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4. Choose Main Language
Pick a Language as your main one and work more in that topic. Here are the most popular ones:

- JavaScript
- Python
- Java

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5. OS & General Knowledge
Basic knowledge of using the command line and some other concepts are useful. Here are some concepts to learn:

- Basic terminal commands
- Process management
- Basic networking concepts

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6. Databases
Databases are where the data is stored and saved. There are 2 types of databases:

- SQL Databases
- PostgresQL
- MysQL
- NoSQL Databases
- MongoDB

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7. Testing
Debugging is a skill which helps at every stage. Learn about:

- Integration testing
- Unit testing
- Functional testing

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