Careers in tech can be extremely lucrative, but knowing how to get there can be tough.
In this sponsored guest post, Evan Leong from Devslopes gives us an inside look at the career path of two iOS developers that doubled their income in just 12 months without a background in tech or attending immersive in-person bootcamps.
I’ll cut right to the chase: I want to tell you about two of our students at Devslopes.
Choosing the best web host for your website can be a confusing process and not one you should take lightly.
So what factors should you consider when choosing a web host? In this sponsored post, Robert Mening from websitesetup.org shares six tips for choosing the best web host, from researching speed and reliability to exploring security features.
Take it away, Robert!
If you’re just getting started with learning to code and don’t yet have a web host,
Coding bootcamps are a popular choice for those learning to code, with online coding bootcamps becoming increasingly popular.
But what does it look like to be an online coding bootcamp student? In this sponsored guest post, Josh Hirshfeld from Flatiron School, gives us the lowdown on exactly how online students spend their time, whether they’re studying part-time or full-time.
Take it away, Josh!
When coding bootcamps first came around,
If you’re brand new to the world of coding and web development, it makes sense to start by teaching yourself using all the free resources online.
That way, you can discover what you like and don’t like before investing money into a certain coding language or set of courses.
However, there are so many free resources and classes and books to choose from. Here are 49 of the best.
To make things easier, I broke them down based on topic.
As a new developer, the number of libraries and frameworks available can be overwhelming.