The secret is that there is no right or wrong choice, the real way to succeed is committing to something and bringing it

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Publish Date : 2021-01-07 05:16:08


The secret is that there is no right or wrong choice, the real way to succeed is committing to something and bringing it

Often people forget how difficult it was when they were just beginners, coding can become easy when you have put enough hours into it, but don’t make the mistake to assume that you are not cut for it just because it’s taking you a long time to understand recursion, every person has to learn at their own pace.

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s a problem, just be there for them. Listen. Often that’s all they need, just to vent and to know someone’s in their corner while they do it. Don’t rush in with a solution, even if you have a brilliant one. Sit down, turn off your phone, and hear them, first.

I have spent several years trying to understand what I wanted to do as an adult and failing miserably at it, I spent a semester studying in Medical school when I realized I didn’t care at all about being a doctor, I attended three years of Engineering courses but I disliked the subjects of my major and in the end I decided I didn’t want to continue with it.

Fortunately, I ended up absolutely loving my job and all the people I got to know thanks to it, it was actually one of my colleagues that introduced me to coding and got me interested in it. Since then I never looked back, I started dabbling with programming and I soon realized I wanted that to be my career, I incredibly enjoy the challenge and the intellectual stimulation that it can provide and I think everyone should try and see if they feel the same about it.

… is the slogan of an old Apple campaign, and while I completely agree that anyone can learn the basics of programming, I ask myself, can everyone achieve a career in software development? Definitely not, although the profession is rising in popularity and there are more jobs continuously being created the field is still limited and many people don’t have the aptitude for spending long lonely (and sometimes frustrating) hours in front of a computer, in short not everyone should code.

I have no expertise in psychology and the best advice I have if you are in a dark place is to seek professional help, but I know what it feels to be lost and I want to help anyone that shares my same dream by writing this article offering actionable advice on how to achieve a career in software development.

Mistrust the so-called experts or gurus that promise you an easy program for learning programming followed by easily finding a six figures salary, that is a complete lie and if someone presents you with this tale you should assume they don’t have your best interest at heart.

The answer is of course yes, if you browse the internet is not uncommon to run into stories of people changing their career even in their forties or dropping their education to pursue self-study and land the job they always hoped for, the latter is basically what happened to me, but is it the best way to pursue this career?

I have no experience of bootcamps but my impression is that they often only provide shallow knowledge of one or two languages and some frameworks but leave giant gaping holes in your understanding of computer science and programming as a whole. Not saying they are all like this, joining one might be a great choice for you but don’t assume that you will leave knowing everything you need to.

The reason I decided to try the more difficult self learn route was that I already had professional experience and completed a good part of my engineering degree, those elements give me more credibility to the eyes of employees and a solid mathematical foundation to base my studies on.

Let’s start by saying that if I still was nineteen I would no doubt attend university to study computer science, especially in my country Italy where education is cheap, the easiest way to get into the industry is definitely by getting a degree with a couple of internships under your belt.

There is an astounding number of resources to start with and choosing what path to take and which language to choose can be quite daunting, what if I make the wrong choice?

I was very lucky to receive a job offer while I was still studying and I immediately decided to take a chance and go for it, I had never really worked full time at the time so I wanted to challenge my fears of not being able to succeed in a professional environment.

Learning how to code is a remarkably long and difficult process, it requires you to assimilate a completely different way of thinking and spend countless hours trying to understand difficult topics or debugging applications that aren’t working correctly.

Go elsewhere if you see this as a get rich quick opportunity, without genuinely enjoying writing software you will never get far enough to get a job, being committed for so long without seeing any tangible result and having no external obligation requires a lot of motivation and dedication that not everyone can replicate.



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