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If you use the web to do things like book a flight, comment on forums, view a bank balance, report a fault… and countless other tasks, then a web developer will have been involved in making sure it all works smoothly.
Learn the key to finding a job you love, remind yourself of the importance of play (hint: they’re connected), and discover what on earth a “sprite” is as we chat with Glen Elkins, who works as a front-end developer at Room 214, a social media agency based in Boulder, Colorado.
In the latest instalment of our ‘Day in the life’ series, Web Developer Adam offers an insight into life at Code.
When people ask me what I do, I tell them that I am a "Web Developer". It's more accurate than "Web Designer" and much less narcissistic than "Webmaster."
Before you take the plunge into a career in web development, there are a few things you should probably consider.
Over the last few years I’ve received more and more interest into the life of a web developer – what we do, how much money we make, the education involved, etc.