Are you learning to code at a good pace and making steady progress toward your goals, or are you running into roadblocks and setbacks that keep you feeling less confident in your career development? In this post, you will discover 5 growth-stunting habits that you must avoid as you learn to code and progress as a new
But this year it was different. While I still got my W-2 and filed as normal, I also had about $10,000 in earnings from the side gig. What do I do with that? Well, in this post I will try to give a simple outline on what you need to do differently when you file taxes when freelancing on the side.
So I decided to create a step by step blueprint to provide a practical outline for those wishing to learn to code and get a job in six months. The focus will be on getting the experience needed in order to apply for that job. As to age, it doesn’t matter if you are 20, 30, or 60, the same basic principles apply. If you
Meet Kathy Let me introduce a lady by the name of Kathy. It’s Monday morning. She wakes at 6:00 a.m. to get dressed and ready for another week at work. She wakes her two teenage sons who are reluctant to get up for another week of school. One is about to graduate and a real… [Read More]
Among all the talk of bootcamps, college degrees, nanodegrees, etc., there is a much, much more affordable alternative out there….Udemy. Now you don’t get the mentorship and the motivation that you get with the former mediums, but if you are disciplined and have the drive and some sort of accountability, you can become a successful… [Read More]
Its, 2017. We have very intelligent page builders, easy assembly sites like Wix, and applications that make building a website a breeze. Basically, anyone can build a website. What then is the future for us web developers and designers? A personal story: Up until recently I myself was adamantly opposed to Page Builders. For one… [Read More]