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ebsites have evolved from the basic Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) pages
containing mainly textual content to what we have today - sophisticated websites
that serve dynamic content based on what the user wants. Most of these websites
are database-driven and what goes on in the background is a complex series of
procedures. An example would be this website. It serves up the content from
a database, based on which link you clicked. Behind most of today's website
are a team of highly skilled designers, programmers and developers.
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If you are someone who loves to browse the Internet and you have the skills
of a programmer, you could very well make a nice living as a Web Applications
Developer. Your role would be to design and develop web-based applications that
can be run via the Internet. Many Web Application Developers work on a freelance
basis, developing useful applications or mini-modules that can be downloaded
by users and run on their websites. When you've developed an application that
people love, you can then think about copyrighting it and marketing it on the
web. Many users do not mind paying to get the rights to use your applications.
You could also sell your skills to companies and individuals who require specific
applications on their websites. The beauty of this business is that you can
work anywhere, anytime in the world. All you need is an Internet connection
and you're good to go!
Don't underestimate the applications that you've developed. Remember... all
Bill Gates did was develop a little operating system that could well have been
ignored and never have been the runaway success that it is today. With a bit
of luck and lots or persistance, you could one day change the way the world
browses the Internet! In the meantime, freelancing as a Web Applications Developer
can be a way to further enhance people's Internet experience and make money
along the way!