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Is taking a PHP course worth it?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by dalinkwent6, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. dalinkwent6

    dalinkwent6 Junior Member

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    I was thinking about squeezing this in my schedule since i've started my endeavors here.
     
  2. trance92071

    trance92071 Senior Member

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    If you have the time to sit down and really focus on learning it then it would be ideal. Why pass up on another language you can get under your belt?
     
  3. LitNit

    LitNit Newbie

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    It depends on how much money do you have and how much time you can grant for learning and focusing on a course. I recommend to not waste your money on courses and start learning by yourself with forums,stackoverflow and some tutorials from indieresoucers,piratebay . After and you know the basics (and more) than you can give money for a course which gives you certification and helps you to find a job or clients ( if you want to go on freelancing ) . Starting buying courses on lynda/tutsplus and other sites like this can get you frustration and make you think that you waste your money and you learned nothing .

    I can't post the links and also i can't pm but look for indie-resources on google and the channel on gene howell on youtube . If you can't find'em give me a pm with your skype nick and i will contact you and give you the links .
    I hope this will help you ...
     
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