There is a fair amount of myths about the perks in the Tech world. The IT companies go the extra mile to lure the best tech talent with high earnings, free and unlimited supply of food and countless other amazing benefits. Sometimes it’s not enough though.
Once you become a programmer you will finally be on the inside, talk to like-minded people, chat in acronyms that are comprehensible only to the coding community, however, you will also come across non-technical people on your way, which might be challenging to say the least :)
You’ve been thinking about changing careers for quite some time now, you’d like to be a programmer but you’re still wondering if it’s a smart move. If you want to know a bit more about the industry, what to expect, what the requirements are and how to succeed, read on!
Let’s imagine you win the lottery. What would you do with the money? The majority would readily say, ‘The first thing I’d do is invest it!'
We all wish to upgrade our lives, get a better car, buy a larger house or find a better job. It’s not always that obvious though. I bet loads of us picked a course at the university on a whim, not entirely knowing what we’re into or what we want to do in 5 years’ time.
It’s no secret that our pace of life has increased dramatically over the past few decades, especially in the age of push notifications, constant WhatsApp messages, YouTube subscriptions and Netflix addictions.
Mentors who work with Kodilla share some of the most common mistakes made by our Students who are just embarking on their IT adventure. Their advice can be useful both for those that have just started to code as well as those more advanced in the subject.
Every junior developer makes mistakes, but which of them are the most common? No, we won’t be talking about purely technical mistakes like not adhering to web standards or missing semicolons. Instead, you will learn what mistakes you are prone to during your learning process.
Very often our students need to match their participation in bootcamp with other responsibilities like a job, university, family. Thanks to flexible hours of the online course they are able to cope with this hard task.
Our Mentors are always happy to share their knowledge and speak from experience. This time we asked them what every programmer should avoid at the beginning of their IT career. Every Mentor was a Junior at some point, after all!