Web developers who aren’t interested in learning programming should go for the Web

By the time you’re finished with this post, I think you’ll be convinced.

In this first post, we’ll walk through some of the most important reasons you should take the plunge. 

I’ll go over some of these reasons in more detail later on, but for now, let’s start by looking at the most common reasons you’re not going to learn web development.

1.

You’re a student.

2.

You don’t want to spend money on a full-time job.

3.

You can’t afford to learn a language.

4.

You have no free time.

5.

You hate coding.

6.

You want to have a solid understanding of your chosen language.

7.

You prefer to work from home.

8.

You live in a place where there’s no internet.

9.

You’ve always wanted to do web development but don’t know where to start.

10.

You know you want to learn programming, but you don’t have time.

11.

You really want to build something, but there’s nothing to show you.

12.

You need to build an app, but no one’s willing to do it for you.

13.

You think your job is going to be taken away by the government or a foreign country.

14.

You just want to get back to your day job.