Learning how to code is like exercise. It's affordable, it's accessible, and the benefits are amazing. But it also takes self-discipline and a lot of patience. So before people ever see results, they quit.
You've made your decision to learn how to code and now it's time to get started. But how do you do it? As a self-taught programmer I've been through the struggle of learning how to code and if I had to do it again, this is how I'd do it.
If you're trying to get into tech and you have an offer from a company, do not listen to this type of advice. Don't think back on a Medium article you saw that said developers should never accept less than $70,000 a year because anything lower than that is ripping you off. That may be true for the author, but is it true for you?
Whether you're already working in tech or you're looking to in the near future at some point you'll have to decide where you want to work. So here's list of my pros and cons between startups, corporations, and agencies.
Technical interviews aren't fun. Here are a few tips I've learned since I entered the industry.
The biggest error people make when building a new habit is to go from 0 to 100 overnight.