If you are a developer:
If you are brand new to coding:
When learning how to code, the beginning of your journey is the most dangerous.
You learn and learn but you feel like no progress was made.
This is called “The Valley of Disappointment“.
The reason programmer salaries are so high is because despite all the incentives most people fail because it takes a lot of effort in the beginning before you see actual results.
And if this period lasts too long then you have the effect of most people quitting.
This happens to thousands of people every day.
The solution is to get you to results fast.
And this one-of-a-kind course shows you how to get from zero to first published website in just 3 days.
Junior and Mid-Level Programmers
There is a way for you to take a shortcut and cut your coding journey to higher salary by 2 full years while working less.
It took me 7 years to learn all the tips and tricks together with a lot of insider knowledge which is now available to you in a 2-hour, information dense course:
If you want to wait much longer to raise your salary then definitely don’t take the course.
Look around… not a whole lot old programmers, right?
And it has nothing to do with their age – it’s the years behind the code that count.
Also, I don’t see many other industries that have so many burnout cases as it is the case in software development industry.
This is definitely a high-risk profession and you should take steps to protect yourself.
Here are some books about burnout that helped me personally to deal with this issue.
And this website answers questions like can stress cause medical issues and how dangerous it really is. So definitely check it out for more useful information..
Always remember – make yourself a top priority.
If you can no longer work, no company is going to pay you sick-leave for the next 20 years.
(even if you spent years with them clocking 50-60h overtime per week)
Wish you the best of luck,
Senior Software Developer
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