“Tech is a young person’s game” is something I hear a lot. I get emails from readers and podcast listeners who are considering a career change at 40, 50, 60, or beyond, and are wondering: am I too old to be a programmer?
That’s one question I’ll NEVER answer with a “yes.”
Because if a career change at 40+ is something you want to do, it’s absolutely possible. And here to prove it are four people who’ve done it themselves.
Coursera is a great place to learn to code—if you’ve been reading Learn to Code With Me for a while, you’ve probably seen me recommend various Coursera coding courses before.
The platform partners with top universities and industry leaders from around the world to offer high-quality courses on a flexible schedule. They teach topics from business to social science, but of course, where I think they shine are their tech and programming courses. (I might be biased,
Developers and companies are increasingly turning toward a database system offering better features and flexibility than many others on the market: MongoDB.
In this sponsored post in partnership with MongoDB, you’ll learn what the tool is, the advantages of using it, and where to learn MongoDB from beginner to advanced. If you’re a developer or aspiring to be one, adding this free, software to your arsenal is a great idea!
What Is MongoDB?
I’m so excited about the Ultimate Tech Career Toolbox 2019—and in this post, I want to share some of the reasons why!
Let’s dive into 19 life-changing outcomes/transformations that you can get from the premium courses included in this bundle.
Be it teaching you in-demand skills, guiding you through projects you can add to your portfolio, and helping you make more money or even starting your own freelancing business, these courses are jam-packed with valuable videos,