Any good interviews of Front-End developers, or computer scientists in general?
# July 15, 2013 at 5:09 pm
Thank you for the links!
@johnson – Does front-end development not fall under the (massive) umbrella of Computer Science? Just curious, because everywhere i’ve looked it’s shown to be under that at least partially.
Or did you just mean you don’t “feel” like a computer scientist because it’s not as “deep” a field as say cryptography or something? ;)# July 15, 2013 at 5:44 pm
What do you consider it? This is good info.
(any courses recommended are computer science, from what I have seen)
I have just been following some tutorials online, but if I was to go to a university, what would I take if not a computer science course?
I did a Harvard EDX course online, CS101, and it seemed to give a great overview of how to think logically, and it touched on HTML/CSS/PHP/JAVA briefly.# July 15, 2013 at 6:00 pm
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I’ve done Computer Science, not for web development though but just because I like programming. The curriculum included courses about networking, databases, computer graphics, Java (which can run on servers), all which can be used for web development. Media & Knowledge Engineering (part of Computer Science) even covers parts of obvious front-end related stuff because it’s all about human-machine interaction.
Sure for most web development you don’t need it, and I wouldn’t even suggest it (I’m a drop-out after bachelor :P )… but web development can definitely be part of Computer Science if you want it to be.
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