How to get a Job in Tech

How do you actually get a job in tech? I’m going to try to tell you, because I’ve just been through this journey and this blog post was written over the last couple of months where I left my job as a teacher to write code every day. I also believe most of the things in this article apply to most fields and not only to tech.

I’m a Web Developer (BA), but I’ve worked as a teacher (on how to make web sites) the first two years, because it was a really cool job and I got to work with young adults with ADHD or ASD, an autism spectrum disorder. (Still miss you guys, if you’re reading this!)

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Best Free Source Code Editors for e.g.: HTML, CSS, JavaScript

This is a list of the best free source code editors, especially for web programming, for example for JavaScript, HTML or CSS, with some useful indications about features, difficulty and which platforms they are available for. If you’re looking to find the best fit for you, keep reading. This list is full of beginner friendly editors that also can be customized to fit your coding needs, no matter if it’s for HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, Python or PHP.

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On building your own tools

Building your own tools makes you a better programmer. Seriously. There is nothing more satisfying than the feeling of pressing a single button instead of doing some annoying job that you used to do before by hand and YOUR program or script runs off to do all your work for you and then it says:

All done, task took 35 milliseconds

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