yeah software engineering is the course i'm studying, not web dev. it's just one of the optional modules next year is web dev. it does cover quite a lot (HTML, JS, AJAX, PHP, ASP, MySQL, Oracle etc.)
the thing is, most software engineering courses (including mine) revolve heavily around desktop programming, and only briefly touches web-based scripting languages. i would've thought having the additional web dev experience on my CV would make me a better candidate over others if i were applying for a website-related job.
yeah, some free webspace would be great, if it's not too much effort. i've just spent 30 mins trying to re-activate my freehostia account (it keeps telling me it expired Jan 2011 ).
Yep, so true. i don't really have the imagination to think of a good design myself. when i have no other choice, i just go look at other websites and steal their ideas ::. is the web developing industry good money? my course at uni has a module for web development. i thought doing that would leave an extra window open if i don't enjoy doing what i plan on doing atm (software dev).
oh btw, do you happen to know of any free web hosting websites (with php, mysql, phpmyadmin)? i found an old website i made last year and i want to show it to someone. all the popular ones (like freehostia) are really slow and crappy.