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List of Web Developer Job Titles

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I found this really interesting. It's on CSS tricks a site I usually am browsing and it gives some of the web developer job titles in the industry. So if your looking for a job in web development check this out for a list of common titles or positions.

 
I found this really interesting. It's on CSS tricks a site I usually am browsing and it gives some of the web developer job titles in the industry. So if your looking for a job in web development check this out for a list of common titles or positions.

Very interesting! I’ve used CSS tricks here n there. But I’m definitely aiming to become a full stack developer:)
 
Very interesting! I’ve used CSS tricks here n there. But I’m definitely aiming to become a full stack developer:)

Same here. That's about what I plan to do myself. Still recovering from something that happened to me but once I get better I plan to go to school to be a full stack developer and that's going to be my career one day
 
Awesome glad there’s someone here with the same goals! I hope you can get through it, you’ll always have support from CodeForum! I hope a great future for you sir :)
 
Web developers and programmers, in general, are in high demand and get paid well. You don't even need a college degree to start freelancing and making more than $100,000 a year. It's a new age, and being in the tech industry can be richly rewarding. This was a nice share!
 
I agree with this. All you need is time to learn and practice and you can be making plenty of apps, websites and etc for clients or even the next big thing.
The only thing I’ve heard is that if you don’t go to school you’ll last the basic theory and organization. So if you plan on doing this without going to school, make sure you are filling the gap!
 

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