If you’re looking for work as a front end developer, or in fact if you’re looking for any kind of job, it’s always a good idea to take some time in advance to think about your answers to common interview questions.
While learning to code (with Ruby and Rails, among others), I’ve been using SQL-based databases, such as SQLite and ActiveRecord.
As an aspiring software developer, there’s a good chance you’ll be focusing a lot on the software side of your laptop, getting your environment properly configured, installing all the right software, tweaking your code editors, customizing your terminal app, etc.
One of the many things you’ll learn as a new programmer is that the placement of your code in a document is mostly irrelevant from the perspective of the computer.
For anytime you are learning something new, you can basically just fill in the blank to the statement “[whatever it is you’re trying to learn] a little bit every day.” Learning to code is no exception.