Learn to Code in 2019

2019 is upon us. Will this be the year you finally learn to code?

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Must You be a Software Engineer?

There is a common misconception that if you learn to code you are planning on being a software engineer. This is not the truth. I consider myself a software developer but I do not work as a software engineer. Coding does not translate directly to a job title. It’s about who you are and what you do, not who you work for or what they call you.

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How to Learn to Code for Free – freeCodeCamp / Quincy Larson

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Hi! Caleb here. Have you heard of freeCodeCamp? freeCodeCamp is a nonprofit dedicated to teaching people to code for free and and helping people get development jobs. Not only is it free, but the curriculum is extremely comprehensive teaching hands on responsive web design, front end development, APIs, data management, algorithms, source control, data structures, and more.

If these technologies are frightening or unknown to you, this blog will help you understand the big picture of web development, how to code, and what you should expect going through the freeCodeCamp curriculum.

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