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Why you should not learn to code. ("Just stop already, it's too hard.")

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⭕I'm 37 and ugly, is it too late to learn how to code?

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Is 40 yrs too old to learn to code?

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Is 40yrs too old to learn code? I certainly don't think so; but I am over 40 and listen to Miles Davis. :)

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Don't Learn To Code In 2019... (LEARN TO PROBLEM SOLVE)

Don't Learn To Code In 2019... (LEARN TO PROBLEM SOLVE)

Don't learn to code in 2019. Learn to problem solve instead. Does it sound like something that most people don't talk about? I bet it does. But this is definitely the reality.

I often see this with beginners and experienced developers. They try to learn all the possible outcomes of coding, learn to program in a hundred different languages... Only to start feeling overwhelmed.

And that's when they still find coding to be absolutely difficult. But why that happens?

Because they absolutely have no idea how to solve problems. And this is why, building an entire application might be a long distance dream for most software developers.

I've been there too.

When most programmers are given a programming problem in an interview, they make several key mistakes. The most severe of those is the improper allocation of time. You have heard the saying “measure twice and cut once,” then you are probably familiar with the idea of spending upfront time to make sure something is done right, rather than diving right in.

It is astounding how many developers can write and maintain large enterprise systems dealing with all kinds of complex logic, database access, etc and cannot for the life of them solve a moderately difficult programming problem given in an interview in less than 30 minutes.

It is also astounding how many developers who can not write even a single line of code, can also fail at same problem, in exactly the same way.

Based on those two statements, your first assumption might be that asking someone to solve a programming problem as part of an interview would be a bad idea, because it isn’t really telling you if they are good and just crumble when asked to do something like this on the spot, or if they can’t program at all.

So get to it! Start learning how to solve programming problems. Reverse strings, sort linked lists, help grandma pick the highest yielding grandsons and a granddaughters to send Christmas cards to!

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Why YOU Should NOT Become A Software Developer in 2018

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Why You Shouldn't Become A Software Engineer by Jarvis Johnson:

Why you should not learn to code. (Just stop already, it's too hard.) by TechLead:

Don’t Learn Code. You’re Too Late by Chris Sean:

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Programming Is HARD And I Feel Unmotivated! (Becoming A Top Class Developer)

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Programming Is HARD And I Feel Unmotivated!

Programming is HARD, right?

At least this is what some programmers think. Today I've received a question from a reader telling me that he felt that programming was hard and he felt unmotivated.

He couldn't learn and he spent all day at home watching TV and etc... He couldn't just get his life ahead and go on with his projects.

So... How do we get around this? How do you find motivation so that you become a software developer?

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Are You Too Old To Learn Programming?

We have all probably heard at least once in our lives that programming is for young people only, but is it actually true. I know if you are anything like me you have thought at least once in your life that you are too old to start learning programming, because everyone around you seems to be so young and experienced in programming. This couldn't be further from the truth though. In this video I am going to discuss why many people think there is an age limit to learning programming, and why this is completely wrong.

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Why I Don't Memorize Code when Programming

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This is exactly what happened to a guy that emailed me. He is a programmer and he has been pretty successful on his journey. However, he's been realizing that he is lacking the motivations he thought he would get out of all of these realizations.

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Dive Into The World Of Software Development - A must-have resource for those braving the world of IT or Software Development

Today is my birthday! I turn 33 years old. I thought this would be a good opportunity to answer two questions that I get: How old was I when I got started? Am I too old to learn how to code?

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Those who are interested in development who don't have a background in IT or development. Absolute beginners. Self-taught developers. Coding Bootcampers. Career changers. Recent college graduates with no real-world experience. Interns. Anyone who is curious about or needs to be more familiar with the world of IT or development (technical recruiters, writers, mangers, people living in the 21st century, etc.)

I recommend this course to those who reach out to me and tell me that I just don't know where to get started. Or those who have been studying for a bit and want to bring all of their knowledge together to form a more cohesive picture.

What's in the course?

The course course consists of video lectures, reading material, and assignments. The video lectures will paint a big picture and breakdown the broad IT landscape. Then we will drill in and focus on development. You will learn about all of the amazing opportunities along the way. You will learn a lot of new technical terms. Then we'll build your own customized learning plan. I'll even walk you through the technique I used to analyze and manage my time. Then I have a list of additional lectures and resources that I've hand-picked for someone in your shoes.
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Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Is IT Or Development Right For You?
In this part we discuss how to know whether IT and development are right for you. We also discuss why you might consider learning to code or becoming a developer.

Part 3: Information Technology Breakdown
IT can be broken down into major categories. Hardware and Software. We’ll focus on Software in this course. We also discuss how companies make use of technology and software and the many opportunities that this presents for those who know how to code.

Part 4: Technology Platform
In this part we discuss the technology infrastructure on which a company or organization sits. We discuss Servers and the different types that a company uses.

Part 5: Software Development – Types
In this part we begin to discuss Software Development. We start to talk about the different types of development and developers. We learn tools and technologies some of these different types use.

Part 6: Software Development – Key Terms And Tools
In this part we learn some of the other key terms developers use and tools that developers leverage to build software quickly.

Part 7: Software Development – The Process
What is the process used by developers and companies to develop software? What things should be considered when designing a solution? We will discuss in this part.

Part 8: Software Development – Think Like A Programmer
In this part we discuss how we bring it all together to start to think like a developer.

Part 9: Confusing Job Titles Or Opportunity?
There is a lot of confusion out there about becoming a developer. What does it take? What’s the difference between a developer and engineer? We’ll discuss in this part.

Step 10: Next Steps
Let’s discuss exciting next steps in this part!

Assignment: Analyze and Build Your Weekly Time Schedule
In this part you will begin to take action and build your weekly time schedule. We’ll start by analyzing how you currently use your time. I’ll walk you through how to build a schedule for success the same way I did when I got started.

Assignment: Let’s Build Your Success Plan
In this part I will guide you and walk you set by step through building your success plan.

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Are you too old to learn to code?

Today, we a question from two students. They're in their forties and are getting started in web development, and they are worried that they're too old. Too old to learn or too old to get a job.

To answer this question, you can break your worries into three things:

I think we can break your worries into three questions.

1. Is it too late for you to learn to code?
2. Can you get a job because you are too old?
3. Can you afford to fail?

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Is It Too Late To Learn Code?

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Is it too late for us to start learning code? Are we too old to start learning? We'll find out the average age of a web developer and more in today's video!

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