Overwhelmed by how much you need to learn? Not sure what to do next?
You are not alone.
If you are like most beginners, you bounce from one tutorial to another, hoping to absorb the vast knowledge out there. Then some time passes, and you realize you don't actually know how to make anything useful. You start to lose motivation. And self-doubt creeps in...
I know, because I was there too.
Learning to program is challenging. It is a long journey, and many people get stuck in the process. If you are not seeing enough early results, you will get discouraged and give up at some point - before reaping the benefits.
That's why I developed this mini-course as a practical guide for making your learning stick, and getting concrete results. I lay out a roadmap to structure your learning, compound your knowledge, and avoid the common pitfalls.
Using the approach detailed in this course, I went from my first real coding project to a $40/hr gig within a year. And later landed jobs at Apple and Microsoft. More importantly, programming is now one of the most fun and rewarding things I do.
If you follow this actionable guide, you will come away with the ability to create projects and wield the immense power of programming at will, all on your own.
Goodbye, Tutorial Hell. Hello, world of possibilities.
You will get instructional videos, presentation slides, and code examples, on the following topics:
Case studies of real-life projects
Finding the right projects
Ship it within a day
Learning by doing: Building a learning system that works
How to prioritize
Common traps to avoid
If you are not 100% satisfied with the purchase, just reply to the download email within 30 days, and you will get a full refund. No questions asked.
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