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What is the best path for Web development career?
Currently working on:
HTML-W3School
CSS-W3School
JavaScript-The Modern JavaScript Tutorial(https://javascript.info/)
Servlets-Head First Servlets and JSP

1.Need advice on whether to start with frontend or backend since frontend aldready has so many websites and layouts aldready present+websites that help you create your own site!!
2.Are Servlets and JSP obselete if yes then what has replaced them.
3.What are the latest frameworks for frontend and backend and the prerequites for learning them
4.Any extra resources needed for the technologies mentioned above
5.Finally would you change or add something in this learning process(technology,resources)??
 
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Find resources other than w3school - it's a terrible site, full of outdated and downright incorrect information. See w3fools for more information.
 
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