How to Build Your Personal Brand as a Software Developer

Having previously shared the importance of building your brand as a software developer, this article comes as a sequel to that. Building a personal brand is all about creating a trust for yourself and your business. This guarantees your competency and expertise in a particular field and makes people know that you are a go-to … More How to Build Your Personal Brand as a Software Developer

Why to Create a Personal Brand for Yourself as a Software Developer

Do you know that you can get an interview offer from an agency/prospective client without needing to apply or even interviewing for a job as a software developer? Of, course, you can! Whether you are building a business or a software developer career, the goal of all men concerning it is for the business or … More Why to Create a Personal Brand for Yourself as a Software Developer

Python Programming Goals You Can Make in 2020 and Ways to Achieve Them

Having being ranked as one of the top most programming languages in 2019, the stakes for Python are high for 2020. The relevance of python keeps climbing as it finds applications in Data Science, Machine Learning, library and framework developments, web development, automation, etc. Each of these applications is broad and keeps evolving. To be … More Python Programming Goals You Can Make in 2020 and Ways to Achieve Them

Why You Likely Suck at Programming: Common Programming Mistakes to Avoid

It’s not a trend that rings a bell for a newbie in the programming world to be found to suck at coding. It’s a stage of amateurism that you can conquer with patience and tenacity that you might not even know you’re in. You may notice lots or few of these mistakes and bad practices … More Why You Likely Suck at Programming: Common Programming Mistakes to Avoid

How to turn your Python programming interest into a paying side gig through freelancing

Freelancing is evidently a term for jobs where individuals work for themselves rather than for a company. Although freelancers may take on a personal contract for companies or firms, they are self-employed. Freelancers are not necessarily committed to a particular employer, long-term. Sometimes, they are shown by a company or a temporary agency that subcontracts … More How to turn your Python programming interest into a paying side gig through freelancing

10 tips to be a successful programmer

With the rapid rise of technology and labor automation occurring in the workplace the need for programmers will only continue to increase as work transitions from manual tasks to writing code for robots, service line sensors for predictive maintenance, artificial intelligence systems, machine learning algorithms for big data, and other emerging technologies. Even in non-coding … More 10 tips to be a successful programmer