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working with moodle, magento, joomla?

Sep 15, 2013 4:15AM PDT

I am planning on chaning caeers and I wish to retrain in IT. I did my fair amount on IT courses when in Uni but that was a long time ago, office, webdesign, graphic design, visual basic...what I want is to build eshops and also since I am a teacher educational websites, help schools load the homework online courses etc. I want to study moodle and magento or joomla but I wish to know if that would be sufficient to find work in that field ? what else would you recommend? thank you so much for your help

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I reccommend doing more of that.
Sep 15, 2013 4:47AM PDT
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thank you
Sep 17, 2013 4:14AM PDT

Hello thank you for your response and help. Yes, I get your point, I did have that in my head already, to work on that I have to have "work done" that is worth it to employ me to get more done of the same. You get nothing nowadays without quality.
I have many ideas that I want to work on once I learnt those things. And I hope people like it and hire me : )
thank you again

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You can go watch Harvard's
Sep 26, 2013 1:04AM PDT

CS50 computer science class online for free at This should give a fundamental understanding of programming and web applications. After you "take" the course, which means watching all the lectures and trying some of the problem sets, you'll know whether this is for you or not. If it is, you're already hitting the ground running, because you'll have the knowledge you need to build upon it.


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Sep 27, 2013 9:58AM PDT

did u try drupal?

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