16 Things You Can Relate With If You Have Ever Tried To Be A Web Developer

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1. When you see a web developer job vacancy with a salary of 300,000 naira

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Hmmm, this is interesting

2. Then you start to consider changing your career path

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How much do they even pay me here sef

3. You finally decide to be a developer, so you hit up Google like

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You will probably be told to start with PHP

4. When you download a PHP tutorial and you find out the book has 1,457 pages

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Do you people want to kill me

5. But you are determined to be a developer, not even 1,457 pages can stop you

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6. When you are solving all the exercises at the beginning of the book easily

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Rockstar developer things

7. When you get to chapter five

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Like, what’s the meaning of this ( $ls_level_code = (isset($cpav[‘level’])) ‘class=”‘.$cpav[‘level’].'”‘: null; ) ??

8. So you close the book and download 7 more books and 20 YouTube tutorials and still don’t understand

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It’s like the more you read, the harder it becomes

9. When you get so confused and start to doubt your intelligence

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Maybe I am just dull

10. When you decide to switch to front end development and JavaScript starts dealing with you

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JavaScript is the real devil.

11. So you run back to PHP like

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Spending more time with JavaScript can result in a breakdown

12. When you start hearing about how PHP frameworks make web development easier

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I can see light at the end of the tunnel

13. Then you download code igniter, cake PHP, yii, laravel, symfony….study them thoroughly and still don’t know anything

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It’s like this developer something is not meant for me

14. So, you give up and go back to being a biology teacher

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Never give up

15. When you see someone talking about programming being easy

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Keep deceiving yourself, oniranu somebody

16. When you come across a very good web developer

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Being a very good developer no be beans


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