By December 26, 2019

What Top 3% Successful Developers Do That YOU DON’T

Programming has become a commodity.

As in, a product that's bought by the pound, usually from the lowest bidder.

The word got out years ago about all the opportunities available in software development.

It really is a great career choice…

Where else do you get the chance to spend your working hours pursuing a challenging craft, solving meaty and important real-world problems, building products that change the world, working with some of the best and brightest minds out there…

Learning and stretching every day…

Enjoying trendy office space, free snacks and break room ping-pong matches…

And making serious bank in the process?

No wonder a “gold rush” of eager young programmers flooded into the job market. And that trend continues—40,000 new computer science students enter the U.S. job market every year, and that's not counting self-taught developers and bootcamp graduates.

Now the really great jobs are still out there.

But once you've been around the block a few times, you start to realize that the opportunities, salaries, and perks in software development are “asymmetrical.”

What I mean by that is that… The Top 3% of Developers Snap Up All The Best Opportunities Before You Even Hear About Them

This leaves you to slug it out with increasing numbers of recent graduates who happily work for peanuts to get a foot in the door.

How to really become one of the top 3% developers out there? In this video, I've gathered some of my most important information regarding career for programmers to help you on this quest. #programming #coding #developer

About the author

John Sonmez

John Sonmez is the founder of Simple Programmer and a life coach for software developers. He is the best selling author of the book "Soft Skills: The Software Developer's Life Manual."