Learning the Bootstrap Framework

I would suggest you to go through the following resources in order to get yourself acquainted with Bootstrap

Read this StackOverFlow entry of the question “What is bootstrap”.

Microsoft: DEV203x Introduction to Bootstrap :- This course is extremely beginner friendly, Christopher Harrison would walk you through all the basic elements of the framework like Page Layout, Forms etc.

Halen Stevens “Bootstrap: You’re Doing It Wrong” :- This blog post highlights some of the best practices that you should follow in order to produce beautiful websites.

Lastly, you can always access the Official Bootstrap documentation to know more about it’s features.

List of resources to learn HTML/CSS

These are some of the best resources I found, read them in the sequential order.

Wikipedia’s entry of HTML and CSS :- Read what these words mean, their applications in the real world.

CodeCademy’s HTML/CSS track :- Hands down, it is the best way anyone could get comfortable with the basic structure and syntices.

Shay Howe’s Tutorials :- Though this may come as a little overwhelming, this is by far the best series for diving deeper into front end development. Go slow, take your time.

If you don’t understand much from Shay Howe’s Tutorials, you can use W3CSchools and TutorialsPoint (HTML, CSS).

At this stage you are ready to create some cool project of yours, go design a webpage, imitate one!

My take on Web Development

Having participated for few months in coding contests, I felt a need to switch, to learn a skill which would help me in bringing a difference to the lives of people. After giving a lot of thought to both Mobile App and Web Development, I went with the latter.

There are currently 3 billion people who have access to the INTERNET, it is almost 40% of the World’s total population, hence web is the closest you can get to the remotest of beings. If you can produce a web app that eases the lives of the people, the impact could be global. It’s fascinating, the power of INTERNET, without losing the place you are seated on, you can contribute to the development of your favorite programming language, the only prerequisite is a will to learn, with the help of the World Wide Web, millions of people, use MOOC to enhance their skills, daily. Websites like Github, LinkedIn act as  breeding platforms for the technologies of tomorrow. If you have useful content on your website, you’ll get the audience.

Tons of connections, a higher degree of satisfaction and a way to become a part of a project that could make lives of billions better, if that’s what you are looking for, Web Development is a great choice.