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What's better, a server-side or client-side course?


arielman22

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Peace

In the coming winter, I want to enroll in a diploma program and I have a dilemma as to why to enroll

The first option is server-side programming using Node.js

The syllabus:

http://hit.lifemichael.com/courses/js.pdf

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I52BsNwY9Dn4mZBe_Qz15hHhkfgUd7A78VXRARskGS4/pub

A second option is a second is client-side programming using HTML5

The syllabus:

http://www.hit.ac.il/external-studies/programs/programming/HTML_5

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1znbbcuZBGHrXopJ3BXqU8T8VmBWBX7k83sPRlaAzw5c/pub

The question is what is better in terms of the labor market? Demand, wages, progress. How do I know what suits me better? Server or client side?

By the way to avoid unnecessary discussions, I will surely register for one of them at HIT College. Just need your recommendation.

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