If you feel like working with technology is for you but doesn't know where to start from, I can help you!
One of my major obstacles throughout my learning process was to understand how each stage of development would fit into the final result. We can find online a wide range of content aimed at teaching programming but few of them covers real life situations and many teach only to solve specific problems rather than guide you into thinking solutions.
It was thinking about these difficulties that I've decided to create this mentoring project aimed at inserting people into the world of tech and programming. This mentoring aims not only to teach you how to code but also help you to develop knowledge that goes beyond hard skills.
No fees at all!
If I have become a software developer, it was due to infinity of tutorials, guides and content in general that is available online and I can't help but recognize this fact. Since I've started to learn more about the tech community, I've felt the urge to give back in some way all the knowledge that I was able to acquire during my learning journey.
I'm not sure if I have the 'speaker' profile and I definitely don't feel comfortable with the idea of just writing tutorials on a standard blog. Actually my intention always has been to create something effective that would really help to transform people's lives through tech.
With classes and online chats, I want to help you become a professional developer without fees or investments in courses right away.
The mentoring is divided into three main pillars, that are essential in order for you to take a position as developer.
You'll learn about Front-End development, based on the main tools and technologies currently used by companies and top professionals.
Understanding the fundamentals of design is among the key skills, let's go deep into composition, scalability and tools.
Preparing for interviews is essential. We are going to improve your communication skills so you can shine in future selections.
Unfortunately, I can't teach many people simultaneously as this is a personal project that requires individual follow-up. The application form work as a 'line' so that I can contact those interested as soon as a position appears.
Some groups have priority, they are: women, low-income and/or LGBTQIA+ and black people. Part of my mission with this project is to help filling the diversity gap among tech workers.