You can start a coding career without a degree — here’s how
Bored of slaving away at a job you don’t love? Stuck in a career rut? Hating on the man? There’s one easy solution to changing things up: teach yourself how to code.
As of 2015, there were nearly 7 million job openings in occupations that required coding skills. From software engineering to web development and IT administration, companies in all industries require technical experts to build products, maintain systems, and solve problems.
Below are two great options for you to get started on your path to becoming a full-fledged developer:
That’s really just the beginning, however, as you’ll get hands-on experience by creating your own social network from scratch and diving into general-purpose tools like Python. You’re not going to know everything after completing this bundle, but you’ll have an excellent foundation to build upon and you may find you’re qualified to start booking smaller freelance jobs.
Give it a shot, this bundle is available for $49, a massive reduction from the $1,043 value.
The Complete Learn to Code Bonus Bundle contains everything in the previous bundle, but adds an extra 16.5 hours of content in the form of two courses covering development streamlining apps Flux and ReactJS, as well as an introduction to the world’s most widely-used and supported distributed version control system, Git. If you’re feeling a little more all-in on the coding dream, this will give you a more comprehensive education that will familiarize you with the tools professionals use every day.