Are you a regular blogger? If yes, then you know how much work goes on behind the scenes.
I’ve never spoken much about the effort that goes into creating content and maintaining Learn to Code With Me (LTCWM). From staying organized to marketing the material – it’s a lot!
While blogging can be tough, fortunately there are tools to help. Whether you’re a current blogger or an aspiring one, the following list highlights five tools that help me run this very site day in and out.
The following is a guest post by Joe Auer. Joe is not a professionally trained programmer: he studied accounting and finance in college. After working for an accounting firm for 3.5 years following college, he decided to change paths by working for his friends startup.
Born in Columbus, Ohio, Joe now lives in NYC. In the following post Joe talks about how he started learning to build websites and how “doing” took his understanding to the next level.
Jon Chan is the epitome of a self-taught developer. Over many years, he taught himself how to program. And today, Jon is a software developer at Stack Overflow. Yes, he has “made it”.
Jon landed his first “real” job as a professional developer through his personal projects. For instance, his site Bento. Bento helps people learn to code the way self-taught programmers have by curating the best free coding tutorials from around the web.
Bernice Kwade is a 15 year old girl who recently completed the Girls Who Code (GWC) summer immersion program in Boston, Massachusetts.
Since completing the program, Bernice has started a GWC club at her high school in Holyoke, MA – the Paulo Friere Social Justice Charter School.
For those unaware, Girls Who Code is probably one of the most well-known organizations in the US that promotes girls in tech. Catering solely to high school girls,
Varand Abrahamian is not your typical 16 year old high school student.
Whereas most 16 year olds relax, go to sleep away camp, play video games, work as a lifeguard, etc. on their summer off, Varand spent his building Learn Code With Me – an online video course platform.
(Yes, I know, his site is just one word off from mine!)
Dabbling in Code Since 9 Years Old
Varand got his first computer at nine years old.