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Neoweb4u|On this video I give my sincere recommendation to anybody who’s trying to turn out to be a self-taught programmer.

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24 thoughts on “neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising and marketing I Social Media Advertising and marketing I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|Trustworthy Recommendation About Turning into a Self-Taught Programmer

  1. Did this advice help clarify anything for you?

  2. I have an update on my story. Last week I was offered a 6 figure senior software engineer position at a Fortune 500 company that I can’t name at the moment. Hard work pays off! For self taught engineers, this doesn’t come easy so you gotta keep working. If you work hard you will get there!

  3. This video was great and extremely helpful and honest thank you

  4. Do you know any videos on YouTube which teaches the basic of javascript?? I wanna know the basics and grow from there

  5. my major is in mechanical engineering but I love coding so I want to pursue coding. I know basic python and C++ but I want to go in deeper.

  6. Raw facts…thanks for putting thus out

  7. Do you feel there's ageism in the tech field? I'm on the older side and I feel like what if I study so hard and at the end they won't give me an opportunity because I'm "old."

  8. My advice for especially young people who maybe still live by their parents and don't have to pay a lot of bills. Don't just look for good paid jobs, maybe you need to work like a year with 13$/hour but after that you got something very much people on the job market don't have: job experience. I don't know how it is in your country (im from Germany), but if you got that first job, you have it way easier to get a good paid job and enterprises are even applying to you. Anyway, I wish you all good luck and hope you will get your dream job.

  9. Thank you for your honest advice

  10. Why do people having trouble self teaching i guess home schooling done me well

  11. also if u are in this for the money, you will be mediocre

  12. Taking my first steps with coding by myself with a beginner course, and going to college in a year to learn IT software development.

  13. Andy,my name is JP and I don't do Facebook how else can I get basic teaching from you…?

  14. I want to learn coding
    But guess what
    I failed math 3 times
    Yes i cannot learn it

  15. Facts!
    I hope to watch this video next year with tons of improvements.

  16. When you're teaching yourself programming one thing you become a professional at is searching for information.

  17. yo said really so good . i am from pakistan and and i liked your video so much. god bless you and give success

  18. Im 12 and trying to learn to program. I’m trying to learn python at the moment, and my experience is going pretty smooth so far! anyways, mind giving me programming advice or what to expect later on? I would really appreciate it!❤️

  19. i found webdev fundamentals fairly straight forward… but concepts like flexbox and grid took some extra going over. There's def a lot to remember though!

  20. You're not paid for what you know, you're paid for what you get done

  21. This kinda funny watch this video after 3-years of self-taught programming

  22. Bro I can’t thank you enough I got out the tutorial trap and decided to perfect opencv so I’m testing my python skill with that

  23. I'm starting to try to learn and see if I have what it takes to be a front end web developer at first. I am with the FCC curriculum and my idea is this 2021 to form solid bases in html and css, to carry out several projects and my portfolio. My query is for those who have studied in a self-taught way, who consider better or gave better results for you, take notes with pencil and paper or use something like evernote, notion, etc and do it directly on the pc?

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