Hello fellas, not sure where I should post this but feel free to move to the right section.
I am going to do a training course in web design you can see it here:
It’s called Website Design and Marketing. The training summed up for the end result when completed it is:
[i]What career opportunities does this course provide?
Completing the course leads you to many possibilities, you will be able to enter the marketing industry with the knowledge, skills, and understanding needed for roles such as:
Business Support Coordinator
Brand and Communication Executive
Marketing and Business Associate[/i]
Notice that they have a course “Cyber Security and Linux” too, so they give the impression that they are Linux friendly!
At the moment my main laptop is an HP Chromebook, but since the course requires 8 GB of RAM, and my Chromebook is 4 GB of RAM they will lend me a laptop to do the course. More than likely a Microsoft one, but as you can all understand, when I come to buy one for web design work I want to buy a good laptop ( professional Dell probably ) and have Peppermint on it.
I noticed that there are some providers online which seem templates one uses virtually to create websites. I know in the early days it was software one had to download- am I right? I was wondering if any of you chaps know a lot about web design and how well I could use a Linux laptop to do this.
Any advice is very welcome!
If you can help me to not have to buy a Microsoft laptop in the near future I’d be very pleased and grateful. I have so many memories of the blue screen of death. Don’t want that again!
Of course if I got work with a company who supplied the Microsoft laptop, and want me to use it, that is up to them.