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Hi Well from my previous posts you already can tell I am still a college student. Can someone give me a foundation on how to learn while im in school, primarly for web development engineering or android developer. Books, website, IDE's what shouold I practice in what languages should I be lookin into for the future after I graduate? which is in about 2 years
 
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Web development versus Android is a pretty distinct difference. Which is it to be?
 
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I am actually not sure. =/ Ok lets say web development. what would you recommend. reason i ask is because I search for codes and how to do certain things, but it is just so much information i do not understand. so what would be the proper steps to learn. Should I enroll in a class like treehouse what books what website what languages should I be focusing on, what open source servers ect
 
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