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Beginner Software developer - guidance for IT skills necessary for mobile/web development.  RSS feed

 
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I'm an electronic engineering undergraduate trying to pursue a career in software engineering.

My main area of interest lies in Mobile and Web development.

Throughout my degree, I've used the following IT skills: C , C++ , Python , R , MATLAB.

And I might be working with ( Go ) during an internship soon.

I have a few android app ideas I would like to complete, and I need to know if it's necessary to pick up Java or frameworks (JavaScript+HTML+CSS).

Since I am pursuing a career in mobile/Web development, should I start learning the above or is it possible to design professional Mobile application with the skills I already have.

Thank you in advance for the help, really appreciate it!
 
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Since you mention web dev then of course you are going to need to know js,html,css as those are the most basic parts.  Also, if you have to make a hybrid app for android, it uses web stuff. So you won't ever get away from those.  If you want to do android dev then you are going to need know java or kotlin for sure.
I don't think you can make android apps with matlab...
 
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Thanks Al Hobbs,

I will definitely be taking your advice in to consideration.
Thanks again,
I've asked another question that is more specific.
 
I child proofed my house but they still get in. Distract them with this tiny ad:
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