So, finally wrapped up my final course for the year. Only one more year to go and I’ll finally have my bachelor’s degree. I have to say, my original focus heading into my bachelor’s program at DeVry wasn’t Web Development and Administration, but I’m happy that it is now. The primary reason I switched was because my original degree program went away while working on it. It was a degree program more focused on business application programming and was the closest to a pure programming course DeVry offered. When they updated all their IT degrees, they dropped that one and replaced it with something that would have resulted in pushing my progress back. The only course program at that time that wouldn’t result in delaying my progress was Web Development and Administration. A blessing in disguise to be honest.
With only four classes remaining, I have to say that I’m extremely comfortable with ASP.NET/C# website design. Chances are, there are still elements of ASP.NET that I haven’t been exposed to, but I can guarantee it won’t take me long to figure them out at this point. Just need an appropriate use case for me to play around with them. I learn so much better writing out code then just reading about it.
Next up, .NET Core MVC website design. A change from using Forms but looks interesting. That, and I’d rather get more familiar with architecture less platform dependent. The fact that .NET Core works across Windows, OSX, and Linux is far more appealing to me then limiting myself to just the .NET Framework and Windows. Not to say that knowledge is wasted; but I prefer the flexibility.