The best way to learn to code faster? Build a small project from scratch *right now*. No matter how big or small. Watch fewer tutorials, build more stuff. What will you build next?
Life is too short to spend 8+ hours a day, 5 days a week doing something that doesn’t fulfill you or drains your happiness. Those feelings WILL seep into your personal life, and why not take a leap and really put your passion into something that will bring you joy?
I built my Twitter following from 0 to 17k in 4 months. My email subscribers, from 0 to 1.8k in 2 months. Companies are paying me to write content. And I didn't spend a dollar. Here's how I did it. A Thread ↓
You're wondering if it's possible to change careers. You think you're too old, or that it could take lots of years. You couldn't be more wrong. If you have free time you can do it in 6 months. If you have fear, go with fear! https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-become-a-junior-software-engineer-in-6-months/ …
Want to start a career in tech? Then put yourself out there right now - Get a simple website online - Sign up for LinkedIn - Build a portfolio website - Peruse job openings (find out what you need to learn) - Be approachable - Be available! You can totally do this!
If you’re code newbie & starting your web dev journey: - Join a community - Start contributing & networking - Learn & go in depth in 1 language - Learn Git - Push your projects on GitHub - Build your online presence - Learn the art of cold emails/DM’s You’ll always win!