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In this internet age, technology has made the world a global village. Information technology is developing the world. Programmers and coders are very important and are needed in all aspect of web space.
As an amateur programmer, HTML and CSS are the simplest and the most vital languages you should learn. These languages will help you confidently create, code and design a website quickly and easily. With the knowledge of HTML and CSS, you can
* develop a website for commercial use
* build a website for yourself
* design software and much more
Ways your knowledge of HTML can help you make money
1 Software development- With the knowledge of HTML you can develop trendy mobile or web based applications. Think about a unique idea and how the app you want to develop will simplify people’s lives. Once the app is developed, submit on popular app stores. You can monetize the app using AdMob or other popular advertisers. if your app receives very good stats.
2 Freelancing- As an HTML coder, with the right gig, you are sure to make big bucks monthly. There are many freelance sites online where you can offer your programming services are
3 Games development- You can design and build your own games and sell on sites like Amazon.com and eBay.com. You can make online games and monetize it with Google AdSense.
If you want to excel in programming, learning other languages is very important. The languages you should learn are
* C language
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