8 Reasons to Become a Web Developer

You have always heard that you should LEARN how to code but never knew exactly why. It’s not all about the money. Well, a little about the money. But, it truly goes deeper than that. 

Here are 8 Reasons why you should become a web developer:

1. It’s Challenging

You will never know it all. This may sound discouraging at first that you will not be able to become a master of every aspect of programming, but it is not. Programmers with decades of experience will still need help figuring out problems they are unfamiliar with. This means that coding is a constant LEARNing process. Despite the differentiation in experience levels, you may have with your peers, you all will continue to grow as programmers. There will always be some new challenge for you to tackle.

2. Creative Problem Solving

There isn’t one correct answer. There are different ways to solve a programming problem. There are also better ways to solve a particular problem. This is all part of figuring out what works and what works best.

3. Ability to Create

Coding is a creative trade, and you are encouraged to express yourself. Coding allows you to take all the ideas you have in your head and make them come to life.

4. It’s a Practical and Functional Trade

You are a highly sought-after commodity. You don’t have to worry about your company phasing out your section of the company. Web developers are a crucial part of a company’s success. There will always be loads of opportunities for you.

5. Organizational Skills

Programming is perfect for those who like to be organized and detailed oriented. You will be juggling many tasks at once, so you must have all your ducks in a row. There will be times when you will make a typo, but you have to be diligent enough to retrace your steps and find the problem.

6. Coding is a Universal Language

Coding primarily uses English words, but everyone worldwide uses the same coding language. This means that you can build a diverse team to work on the same project. Regardless of speech or their country, they can all work together to create something unique.

7. There are Opportunities Anywhere in the World

You can work remotely. You don’t have to move to Silicon Valley anymore. Everything can be done online. That means you can broaden your job search to openings around the world. You can live anywhere you want. There are tons of options.

8. It’s Artistic and Beautiful

The code can be beautiful, and what you make with it can also be beautiful. You’ll find yourself looking at a piece of code and appreciate how concise and perfect it is. As cheesy as that sounds, it will happen. And, of course, the finished product of the code can be just as awe-inspiring.


It is easy for us to forget how dependent we have become on technology. It is seamlessly integrated into our everyday lives. LEARNing how to code gives you a newfound appreciation of the work that gets put into the technology that many take for granted. As a web developer, you get to create these things. In closing, there are tons of reasons to get into web development. Everybody has their motivation and their path to becoming a web developer. Hopefully, we helped you find one reason that resonated with you.

What’s an easy way to get started with coding?

Coding & remote work. Both are crucial parts that have defined 2022 and will be moving forward. The demand for skilled developers continues to rise, and many people are looking for an innovative career path that enjoys the benefits of working in tech. Most of these developer positions have gone remote and will continue to be so.

Many feel coding, and web development is a career path out of reach or unattainable; that’s far from the truth. Access to these skills and career paths has never been more available. At LEARN academy, it’s our mission to help break down barriers for people to enter the tech industry, which is why we created Jumpstart.

Jumpstart is our beginner’s weekend coding bootcamp that takes place every month. Jumpstart is also remote, meaning you can take Jumpstart from just about anywhere in the US. The schedule is 20 hours throughout the weekend. You’ll learn the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You’ll also leave with a website, coded by you from the ground up and deployed to the internet so all your friends and family can see it. If you’re interested in applying to our next Jumpstart, learn more about it here.