Without any doubt, how to become a software engineer, even without a CS degree is the most important release for the last two weeks, and the result of weeks of work on my side. In that article I tried to provide an overall path for those trying to become a software engineer, starting with the obvious option which is a college degree, but also mentioning other paths among with instructions, and resources so that you can succeed.
I also started a new section on the blog where I review learning and coding platforms in general, I'm taking real courses with them, completing them (or not) and giving my honest opinion with some characteristics of each platform.
I've already identified 8 platforms I want to try out, if you have any suggestions, or platforms you would like me to review, please reply to this email with your suggestions, or connect with me on Twitter or LinkedIn.
Talking about Twitter and LinkedIn, I've started posting more regular on those platforms, if you are interested in coding tips, startup advise and other cool things follow me on any of those. If in addition you would like to receive some random messages from me, twitter is the best option, I try to keep my LinkedIn more "professional".
That's all for today, I leave you now with the updates on the blog, and some interesting Udemy promotions, they are really great so take a look. (Also please note that I'm an Udemy affiliate, so if you decide to purchase a course I'll get a small commission on your final price, so it's a win, win, win situation if you use my link).
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