Great article with bite size steps: How to Program
An amazing and free path to learn web development:
How to get your first job:
Preparing for the technical interview:
Here are some resources on coding interview patterns:
- https://www.educative.io/courses/grokking-the-coding-interview (PAID)
Great article on deciding which software ideas are profitable: I can tell you which of your ideas you should pursue
Questions I typically ask
- What is your current process?
- What are the pain points in the current process?
- How would you define an MVP (Minimum Viable Product)? What are the bare minimum of features of an MVP?
- What would be on your wishlist for a product?
- Creating a shared document where the other person can read and write my notes can also be helpful
If I were starting my coding journey today and I wanted a job as a professional, here are the steps I would take:
- Learn from The Odin Project. Build the projects to build a great portfolio and apply for jobs during the full stack portion of the course. This should be enough to land a job.
- Keep upgrading skills by using Full Stack Open. This course is awesome because of the exercises including refactoring, building, adding technologies, debugging, etc.
- Optional: Learn from App Academy Open. The object oriented programming projects, the data structures and algorithms, React course, and computer science sections will definitely get someone ready for a company with a very high tier of interviewing.
I have always felt sleepy when reading documentation or coding tutorials. Until I started using alternate nostril breathing. I feel like this simple strategy has helped me be able to read for longer periods of time, with greater concentration, less mind wandering, and more energy.