Software development isn’t just for people fresh out of college or people with college degrees. Anyone, at any age or circumstance, can learn and change careers and really, the course of their life. Here’s my story of learning to code at 34 and a blueprint on how you can do the same. Related Links My […]
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There are hundreds of curriculums out there to help anyone learn to code and they all have different lengths: 12 weeks, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, etc. In this article, I’ll explain why I think 6 months is the sweet spot, and why going longer may actually hinder your learning. Save I continue to […]
After increased interest in my ‘Learn To Code and Get A Job in Six Months’ Blueprint, I’ve decided to turn my focus in 2019 to coaching, specifically helping a handful of people make this Blueprint a reality. Since creating this blueprint, I’ve heard first-hand the struggles that come with learning to code. These include: The […]
Are you learning to code, or considering learning to code, but feel that you may be too old? You’re not! Learning to Code later in life actually has it’s benefits. Save I felt this way in 2016 when I decided I would learn to code. I was 35 and married with 4 children. Other than […]
One of the best things you can do to supplement your skills while learning to code is to pick up real coding jobs. Regardless of the assumed downsides of a service like Upwork, it can be a great place to get your feet wet with real coding jobs AND you can earn some extra money on Upwork as well.
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