Have you realised yet that anyone with just an average computer literacy can really self-learn coding and even get a free certificate with some online education providers? You can start developing websites and web apps based solely on learnings gained from free online courses and better job prospects could open up for you once you build up your portfolio.
This guide is specially written for those who are not computing techy and I hope it will help them gain some essential knowledge about starting a new website so they will not be cheated by unscrupulous tech developers who might exaggerate the technical skills needed to start a new website.
Learning coding is basically learning the computer languages that enable the computers to communicate with other machines over the Internet. Since billions of us humans communicate over the Internet every day, is not learning computer languages in some sense then an important skill to learn? Here are some reasons and possible future scenarios why non-tech workers should consider picking up some elementary web coding.
Back when I had very little knowledge about website development, I wish someone told me about these points before I took the plunge into a digital business.