Hey everyone! I hope you’re all doing well. I’ve joined this subreddit in consideration of some recent career pursuits to work toward learning how to code and up-skill on my web development expertise.Quick background - my experience is between academic administration and technology. I have my Associates, Bachelors, and a Masters in Higher Education - currently 27 and working for a technical startup. Through my career history both in college and post grad - I’ve done quite a bit of technical work and operations for both university and startups which has included management of websites/knowledge base sites.I’ve had very intermediate experience coding HTML, Java, and CSS - I’ve worked closely with development teams on code updates, learning how to set up redirects, and have picked up general bits of knowledge along the way. I essentially understand the foundations of certain code languages and have used these (since MySpace days!) to either do small coding for companies/school, Wordpress projects, or explaining code/use cases for articles I’ve written respectively in my current role.For the last year, I’ve really been exploring an opportunity to invest in that will benefit in the long term. I love designing user experiences, am super passionate for content, and always found coding fascinating - I joked if I had the patience and brain to be a Computer Science or engineering major I could’ve pursued (advanced math is not my strongest so I didn’t go this route).I can truly see myself building on this experience in the next few months-year with the right discipline, practice, and would want to bring this type of experience into my current/future career work opportunities and use it for personal web projects.I’ve signed up for this self learn program on Udemy (love their website): https://www.udemy.com/course/the-web-developer-bootcamp/?utm_source=email-ProMy questions are:Is it possible to learn web development and be successful in it without a formalized degree?What has your experience been like working or pursuing web development?Is there any specific or major learning curve for someone whose not strongest in mathematics (I can manage if needed/sort out algorithms) but am generally curious if this will inhibit me?What are your personal pros and cons?I’m really looking for some general insight as I start this! I snagged the course for relatively cheap so hoping the return on investment to learn web development was a wise purchase.Thank you to everyone and anyone who takes the time to connect here. I really appreciate it.