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  • Prepping Vs. Doing II: the DO-ination

    August 21, 2019

    A response to a recent video I made about people who are constantly doing tutorials instead of getting jobs. If you’d like to see the first installment, click here, but in the spirit of ‘doing‘ we’re moving on!Sometimes we over prepare, guys, it happens. You’re so focused on making a big splash right outta the …

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  • Learning Web Development in College or Online Courses?

    August 21, 2019

    Should you get a college degree or learn online to quickly get into freelance web design and development? If you feel like you’ve already read about this in a previous article or saw it in a previous VLOG, yes and no. That previous work was about education in North America, “where student loan debt is …

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  • Should You Continue Learning Python?

    August 21, 2019

    Should you continue to learn Python, even if Python jobs in the area are more or less in data sciences or other areas you’re not interested in? So, what if you’re learning a language; Python in this case and you start looking around at possible jobs and realize that all or most of the jobs …

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  • Freelance Sites vs Local Business

    August 20, 2019

    New freelance web designers and developers have a choice between freelance sites where you have to compete globally, versus securing web development contracts from local business. But what are the Pros and Cons? The Job market can be kind of tough, especially when you’re new and don’t have much experience or reputation to bank on. …

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  • The Sincerest Form of Flattery…

    August 20, 2019

    Is using developer tutorials cheating? Or are they the steps you need to take to move from beginner to advanced developer? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…and in some cases, it’s also the quickest way to a lawsuit. Beginner devs are often cautious (and quite rightly so) when looking at someone else’s work/tutorial and …

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