THE RIGHT WAY.
You’re sick and tired of people lying to your face and giving you false hopes like
“land your first job in x months spending just a few hours a week from the comfort of your home”…
You might’ve built projects… but you have a gut feeling that they’re not enough. You’re not confident of them since most of them are copy-pasted code from google searches and online courses.
You’ve taken online courses with claims like:
“Build 23 projects with html, css, sass, js, jQuery, react, bootstrap, node, python, sql, mongo, php…. blah blah blah”
“The only course you need to learn web development”
…and you still lack true understanding of even the fundamentals. You still don’t get it.
You’ve had it enough. You want change. You want no BS.
Let’s go back to the 11 year old Tenzin. I was in 4th grade. The boarding school I was attending had Intel Pentium computers, and every week, we were allowed to use them for only thirty minutes. Next thing you know I had built a website with html/css, and I was fascinated by it.
I thought it was the coolest thing ever!
Unfortunately, my family was poor, and due to the lack of resources (own computer, internet etc…), I couldn’t keep on learning to code until… I was 17. The year 2010 was when I came to the United States.
It was also the year I got my very first laptop. It was the evening of April 19, 2010, when my Aunt said “Tenzin, you can have my laptop.”
Words can’t describe the shockwave of happiness and excitement I felt during that moment.
From that day on, I was practically spending 10+ hours every single day on the computer, sleeping at most four to five hours a night. I still don’t know how I managed to survive those AP classes, but then again, I do have Asian parents…
Towards the end of 2010, I finally decided what I wanted to do with my life — become a software engineer. Soon after, I knew that I wanted to do web development specifically since I was already familiar with HTML and CSS.
…or so I thought.
I’ve mentored people pursuing Masters in Software Engineering complete their entire programs. I’ve also helped many ongoing boot campers finish their program strong and built projects with them that’ve helped them land real jobs.
They didn’t know what they were talking about. They said, “it’s easy.” They said, “I mean in my language, you just do this, so you should be able to do the same.” Riiiiiight.
Golden Rule: Don’t trust anybody who says “It’s easy.”
It’s a hybrid of the two most powerful programming paradigms — functional programming and object-oriented programming.
With this course, I want to make all of this come true for you.