Do your coworkers think you're nuts when you tell them about your side project?
Are you hunting for a better job and getting nowhere fast?
Are you struggling to decide what languages and technologies to focus on for the future?
In the Simple Programmer community, you'll meet likeminded programmers who have tackled—and overcome—the same challenges you are facing.
The community includes developers at a range of different skill levels, from beginners and recent code camp graduates to veteran developers.
Conversations revolve around effective learning techniques, ways to market yourself and get your name out there, how to choose a side project and stay motivated to work on it, how to break into a new job/better job, trends in the industry, and more.
You'll also have access to the Simple Programmer career coaches, who can weigh in with their guidance on your toughest questions.
I have a high standard for members in the Simple Programmer community.
This community is a drama-free zone. There will be no bickering, no complaining, and no garbage.
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How to Market Yourself as a Software Developer is Simple Programmer's flagship system for building up your reputation, authority and goodwill...
By always looking to give enormous value before you ask for anything in return.
When you do this consistently, you'll find that you're no longer struggling to chase opportunities.
Instead, you're attracting the very best opportunities to come to YOU.
10 Steps to Learn Anything Quickly is John Sonmez's proven system for mastering new technologies and eliminating the overwhelm caused by the constant churn of new technologies.
In this course, you will:
- Go from feeling overwhelmed and intimidated by new domain you’re tackling to confidence that you understand the breadth and scope of your topic.
- Discover that you now “know what you don’t know”…
- Develop your own custom, just-for-you action plan that lays out exactly what you’re going to learn and what steps you will take to install this new knowledge in your brain.
If you decide that membership in Simple Programmer isn't right for you, just email email@example.com any time in the first 30 days for a prompt and cheerful refund.