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Kenneth Milota wrote:What I meant to say is that I want to understand front end enough so that I'm no longer confused about what is going to be made of what I'm programming in the back end.
Also, maybe I'll enjoy front end more after I learn it and will find that I have enough skills to be a front end developer first before a full stack developer.  

Don't they use javascript for back end as well though?

If you backend is written properly, you could have zero knowledge of the frontend and still program.  If JavaScript is ever (rightly) used in the backend, I'm familiar with it.
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