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In your work do you see that web development for trainners is "saturating post-pandemic"?

 
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Hello good day, I have read several times that after the quarantines many studied programming, since they could not open their businesses and it has become "saturated". Thanks.
 
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Bruno,

it depends on what you mean by web development.  Web development is a paradigm that is here to stay.  that in and of itself is a multi facetted paradigm though.  you have actual GUI development, then you have rule based development to support the GUI.  after that you have the first forte out into the wide web... the business layers... then extend that again and you reach the resource layers.

if you mean are GUI developers saturating the market?  then i have to say: yes, but they up and down turn with the economy to a very large extent.

what i believe many refer to as web development, i refer to as N-Tier development, as the web is only the slightest piece of the picture.

the middle tier and back end are somewhat isolated.  there is a huge amount of intrinsic knowledge that has to be there to be an effective middle tier developer, out side of the code monkey that is handed use cases, the ones that actually interpret and design the layers.

the back end is even more so.  therein lays the data, the heart of the administrative tools and business.

in organizations that i have worked in, the GUI developer is the most volatile in position, coming on and leaving with the need of each project--the thought being: there are a ton of them out there and they are practically interchangeable.   the deeper you delve into the corporate infostructure, data included, the more valuable you become.

Les
 
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Les Morgan wrote:Bruno,

it depends on what you mean by web development.  Web development is a paradigm that is here to stay.  that in and of itself is a multi facetted paradigm though.  you have actual GUI development, then you have rule based development to support the GUI.  after that you have the first forte out into the wide web... the business layers... then extend that again and you reach the resource layers.

if you mean are GUI developers saturating the market?  then i have to say: yes, but they up and down turn with the economy to a very large extent.

what i believe many refer to as web development, i refer to as N-Tier development, as the web is only the slightest piece of the picture.

the middle tier and back end are somewhat isolated.  there is a huge amount of intrinsic knowledge that has to be there to be an effective middle tier developer, out side of the code monkey that is handed use cases, the ones that actually interpret and design the layers.

the back end is even more so.  therein lays the data, the heart of the administrative tools and business.

in organizations that i have worked in, the GUI developer is the most volatile in position, coming on and leaving with the need of each project--the thought being: there are a ton of them out there and they are practically interchangeable.   the deeper you delve into the corporate infostructure, data included, the more valuable you become.

Les


What languages use GUI?
My question was more oriented towards full stack programmers (htms, css, javascript), and to a lesser extent science data.
 
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