I Was Tired Of Job Hunting And Learning Alone
I found hundreds of sites to teach me specific technologies, but none that would connect me to other people job hunting.
Sitting at a Starbucks every day sending out emails was lonely. I would talk to students who loved learning to code and then felt stuck.
This is why I created this group.
I believe that everyone can learn to code, and everyone can find a job where they are paid to write code.
It’s that simple.
Job hunting is hard. Learning how to code is hard. Making the leap from learning to code to finding that first job is even harder.
This group will support you through your search process and beyond – whether you’re a new developer or searching for a new offer.
Here’s a list of the types of things we discuss:
- Coding Challenges and how to answer them
- How your Resume looks
- LinkedIn setup
- Whiteboarding Challenges
- Toy Problems and System Design Questions
- Soft Skills and how to interview better
I want you to join the group today. I am a believe in the pay-it-forward mentality. I encourage all of my former students to help others get their start in the industry through this group.
I’ve helped hundreds of students learn how to code and find their first job.
This is my passion.
Around 6 months ago I realized that the people I’ve been helping wanted to help others. I don’t scale. I want to share all of the knowledge and resources I’ve gathered over the years with you.
Most importantly, I want you to receive personalized feedback on the areas you struggle with.
All of us are in this struggle together.
Here’s a few short testimonials:
“This is so cool, thanks for the invite!”
“Sounds very cool”
“This sounds great, and thank you!”
“Nick that sounds awesome. Thank you.”