A coding bootcamp is a several-thousand-dollar investment, and that’s not even factoring in the cost of your time. It’s a big decision to make. You may be wondering if you should invest in one: will it be worth it?
I put together a set of 12 questions to help guide you to the right decision. These questions have been created based on insights from previous bootcamp graduates. And by the end you’ll determine if a coding bootcamp is for you —
There are many elements that come together on a gorgeous website. One of which is color.
Guest writer Safira Mumtaz has compiled a list of 21 color palette generators to help you find the perfect color scheme. Take it away, Safira!
Color is an essential part of design. And choosing the perfect color scheme is a step all designers, and artists, must go through. A color scheme can make or break your art,
Just how you dislike writing your resume, hiring managers dislike reviewing them.
Because unlike an interview where hiring managers are able to connect with candidates in-depth, resumes are like an impersonal facade.
Here to explain how hiring managers review resumes is Jeremy Schifeling. Jeremy, a former LinkedIn employee, has lots of experience hiring for technical roles.
Below he shares three easy resume tweaks that’ll make hiring managers love you. Take it away, Jeremy!
Coding bootcamps didn’t exist several years ago. Now, in 2016, they’re a multi-million dollar industry.
What makes coding bootcamps unique is that they generally come at a higher price tag. They are also more intensive than self-guided learning sites like Codecademy or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) like edX.
Aside from in-person bootcamps, there are now online coding bootcamps which bring that intense classroom environment online.
I’ve received numerous questions from readers asking about online bootcamps and what my thoughts are on them.
Nothing is more frustrating than a slow website.
A slow website is bad not only for the end-user, but also for search engine optimization (SEO). Meaning, it can cause your website to rank lower in search engine results. That translates to fewer page views and less ad revenue or customer conversion for you.
Below I share nine ways you can make your website load faster. While this article shares some general tips, it also includes some for WordPress sites only.