Learning to be a developer was one of the best decision I’ve ever made. It’s given me the freedom to start my own business and pursue my hobbies. I can work anywhere in the world, and in last few years’s I’ve traveled to New Zealand, Dubai and Gangtok, all paid for by revenue from my online systems.
The beauty of learning to code is not just that you can learn very cheaply, but that you can start making money almost immediately, if you know the tricks of the trade. this book contains everything I learned during the early years of my web development career, and if you follow the step by step guides you’ll be earning money much quicker that I ever did. This book is designed as a companion to The Complete Web Developer Course, but you can use any method of learning to code you like. The course is the best way to learn the basics of web development, and I guarantee that you’ll earn the course cost back within Couple weeks and You’ll also get free web hosting.
You won’t need any pre-existing skills or experience. The book contains over 20 ‘challenges’, some of which will directly make you money, and others will just move you in the right direction.
This book was initially written in the summer of 2014 as an
accompaniment to The Complete Web Developer Course, which in turn I
hoped would help a small number of people learn web development and
start new careers.
Since then, both the course and book have gone far beyond my
initial expectations, with the course selling over 200,000 copies,
and the book itself becoming one of the highest-rated career advice
books on Amazon.
Both the course and the book inevitably have become somewhat
outdated, and this second edition arrives with The Complete Web
Developer Course 2.0 as a revised and updated version of what came
The general career advice sections have remained largely
unchanged (with the exception of a few broken links), as what I
wrote remains solid advice today. Finding a niche, faking it until
you becoming it, and building an online reputation are as powerful
techniques in 2016 as they were in 2014.
Other aspects of the book haven’t aged quite so well, with the
landscape of freelance website changing dramatically in the last
couple of years.
This edition serves to revise and update the first edition,
with some new material, new web links and an expanded version of My
Story, taking the reader up to the present day.
I hope you enjoy it, and, as always, happy coding!
Cambridge, February 2016
⇒ A quick word about what this book is not: I won’t teach you to
code in this book. For that, I’d obviously recommend The Complete
Web Developer Course, but you can learn using any method you like.
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