Looking for a learning platform dedicated solely to tech courses? Skillcrush just might be for you.
Those switching careers or just breaking into tech will be especially interested in their “career blueprint” options–which function as a step-by-step guide to learn the skills you need for the career you want (and build a portfolio of real projects along the way).
Below is an in-depth look at Skillcrush and the various kinds of programs they offer.
What’s Skillcrush all about?
Everyone always talks about the lack of women in tech—and I can’t argue with the statistics. But it doesn’t have to stay that way!
These days, there are more resources than ever to help women break into the technology industry. Let’s explore some of the awesome places where women and girls can learn to code (oftentimes at little or no cost!).
It’s broken down into three sections: intensive bootcamps, classes and workshops, and coding for girls under 18.
Several weeks ago, I sent out a survey to learn more about you, your habits, and your goals as you teach yourself to code.
I received an amazing response, and I’m sharing those answers with you today.
The 15-question survey was taken by 507 participants. It was sent to people on the Learn to Code With Me (LTCWM) email list and posted on social media. For more about the survey itself, visit the bottom of this article to view the methodology (as well as the chance to view the full report!).
When I was first trying to break into the world of freelance web development, I thought that having tech skills was the most important factor in getting the gigs.
It didn’t take me long to discover that sometimes the hardest part of getting hired is convincing people to hire you. Sure, you can have all the skills in the world…but if you don’t know how to sell yourself properly, you’re not going to get the best opportunities.
When you’re starting out and don’t have much name recognition yet,
Are you racking your brain, trying to think of things to include in your developer/designer portfolio…but keep getting stuck?
You’re far from alone.
It can be tough to think of things to add, especially when you’re first starting out in the tech industry and all your previous experience seems unrelated.
If you’re not sure where to start, you’re in luck. Listed below are 27 things you can add on your portfolio or online resume—even if you don’t have a ton of experience yet.