No Degree Web Developer: How I broke into the tech industry with 3 months of self-taught programming.

No Degree Web Developer: How I broke into the tech industry with 3 months of self-taught programming.
By Dom Xing

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Product Description

So you want to become a web developer but you don’t have a computer science degree.

If you’re reading this, then for whatever reason you’ve decided that it’s time to join the exciting world of tech. You’re determined and committed to join the fastest growing industry in the years to come. There’s one problem though. You have no idea where to start. Maybe you’ve done a little coding here and there or maybe you haven’t at all. Either way, it’d be really helpful if someone laid out exactly what you need to do to get that first foot in the door, and to do it fast.

This book outlines the exact blueprint I used – from mindset to planning to job applications – to switch careers and land my first full-time gig as a web developer at a fast-growing global tech company. Now I’m getting paid to contribute to large projects with much more experienced developers who help me learn faster!

In “No Degree Web Developer”, I cover:
• General Attitude and Mindset
• Technical Attitude and Mindset
• Planning and Execution
• Mentors
• Getting a Job
• Acceleration Hacks

If you’re looking to break into the tech industry, or you just want a to-the-point guide on learning to code, check out “No Degree Web Developer” now!


Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #108101 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2016-10-12
  • Released on: 2016-10-12
  • Format: Kindle eBook

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
2Markets Itself Misleadingly - this is a motivational book, but not too informative
By Amazon Customer
Markets itself as a concrete self help book by previewing list of resources, CV templates but 50% of it is mostly motivational waffle (eg sections on mindset, planning&execution, mentoring). Go for it if you want a motivational boost but if you're looking for a manual that's more substantial with actual facts etc. then look elsewhere.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5Super helpful and informative.
By Maya R.
This book was extremely helpful and full of clear and concise methods for establishing and forming the type of routine and mindset needed to achieve any goal. I am just starting on the challenging journey of learning to program. Dom's suggestions were direct and inspiring. I will use this book as a reference and guide to help me along the way. Thank you Dom Xing for the boost!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
5Great Tips
By romeyb76
I'll be frequently referring to this book on my journey. He definitely answered my questions! I highly recommend this book.

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