Should I go in the frontend or the niche is saturated?

Good day!

The crux of the matter: I'm a beginner and I want to connect my life with IT-sphere. It so happened that like most started my acquaintance with this field via the frontend. Trained myself and don't have money for courses, no, but in the future will certainly have to go because without them anywhere.

I heard and saw in the front is now a huge competition in this area (although it was clear initially) and a lot of developers, almost every second. Even if we consider that the demand is high for this industry, but if you look at freelancing, the feedback on website layout 60, and on the Go for example, or C# 3-4.

Mostly afraid that the moment when you'll learn something - or not be able to get a job, even in a web Studio, not to mention any large company or Corporation, either as freelance will not be able to take the order because of the huge competition, which already dominate 100500 tough guys with a portfolio and experience.

In this regard, a reasonable question arises, whether to go in frontend (HTML-coding, web site development, creation of a SPA and a complete set of skills from this case) or better, for example, to teach the same Go/C#?

Who knows, tell me please. Thank you all in advance!
April 4th 20 at 13:26
6 answers
April 4th 20 at 13:28
Solution
the niche is saturated. like so many others.
the only problem is that wanting juliard, and competent (or inclinations) is not enough.
one of these two categories you will become, depends on you.

talk about money and courses for the money - nothing. no training no amount of money will not make you candy if you do not want. but if you want, the web is now more than enough available and free materials. courses are only needed for in-depth study of specific topics. and then, after careful selection.

but soon come running Solinger and explain (in his mind) that you are, to put it mildly, not the person.
@Giovanna.Moen66 , I call you )) - Pablo51 commented on April 4th 20 at 13:31
@Pablo51, something he was delayed. Unusual somehow. Can run for it?) - Jerrod.Williamson commented on April 4th 20 at 13:34
@Jerrod.Williamson, @Jerrod.Williamson, well I say, thumps, Cho is not clear. Al proof of ninite? - Giovanna.Moen66 commented on April 4th 20 at 13:37
@Giovanna.Moen66, sorry) also went thump, but... it came back) - Jerrod.Williamson commented on April 4th 20 at 13:40
@Jerrod.Williamson, I ohrenel, hundreds of notifications and I only the day had not been here, b-gecici. - Giovanna.Moen66 commented on April 4th 20 at 13:43
@Giovanna.Moen66, catch up) - Jerrod.Williamson commented on April 4th 20 at 13:46
April 4th 20 at 13:30
Should I go in "insert any direction" or the niche is saturated?

As always the eternal question on the toaster, and not only on it.
And the answer is simple - people who came here after hearing about millions of dollars have filled the realm but they filled the bottom of the sphere, as a result, as the crabs pulled each other to the bottom and take projects for the 500r.
You get out of it with this bucket and will be stoked as picked up normal professionals who in addition to paying the fine and not the 500r and feedback well and can bread give.
April 4th 20 at 13:32
Trained myself and don't have money for courses, no, but in the future will certainly have to go because without them anywhere.

where.
books better to read

I heard and saw in the front is now a huge competition in this field

in any area of huge competition.

should I go in the frontend

want - go, want - no.
April 4th 20 at 13:34
View the program 95% of courses is the first 300 pages of the book "language X for Housewives", if someone is unable to master it myself (with millions of guides and articles Google) it is better to develop not to go
April 4th 20 at 13:36
In General, choose any direction and all, there are requirements of the market , you just take them out and teach, not thinking that it's not yours, there conkrence that the other stack better, etc
April 4th 20 at 13:38
the better you spices, the reduced competition and significantly increase wages

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