Thanks for the ideas guys. Web Development definitely seems like something that would interest me. I work with software programmers, and yeah, sorting through all those lines of code doesn't seem like my bag. Actually, though work, I'm taking a basic web development course here in a few weeks. It's just as basic as you can get but will at least give me a taste of it. Definitely looking forward to that.
You can still pour through lines of code as a web developer...especially when looking for an error, but it's usually not near as many.
If you are interested in Web Development, buy a domain name then get some cheap hosting (hostgator.com is like $5 for basic hosting) and play around with it. You'll learn more by tinkering with your personal site and googling how to do certain things and then doing them, than you will ever learn in a class. I took one web design class, and I taught myself everything else just by tinkering and discovering.
If you can get a copy of Dreamweaver, it is helpful as you can build parts of a site in the WYSIWYG editor and then view the code and see how it codes those parts. That's a good way to learn.
Also, go to sites you like and view the source.
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