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WellPaidGeek
Coding for 20+ years 🤓 JavaScript & web expert. Teaching people to code and become Well Paid Geeks. Sign up to my mailing list below to become a better coder.
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WellPaidGeek 3h
Replying to @t4jc_
I don’t have any devops experience so my opinion on this isn’t worth anything.
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WellPaidGeek 3h
Replying to @abdisalan_js
To be making really good money years from now.
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WellPaidGeek 4h
I feel like devops has more long term potential career wise than UI Development, but I find it boring. Which, ironically is why it has more long term potential.
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Jacob M-G Evans ⚛🚀 5h
CodeWars is good. I got up to 4Kyu I think and it started turning into Data Science so I went to I like both of them though. There are some people starting to make code challenges on too.
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WellPaidGeek 5h
Ok, so I've finally made a decision. Focusing my learning on getting to know GraphQL / Apollo inside out, then moving on to CI/CD pipelines, Docker, K8s.
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WellPaidGeek 6h
“Should I learn JavaScript or Python?” Plenty of well paid jobs for either, so depends what type of work you want to do.
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WellPaidGeek 7h
If you’re a code newbie wondering whether or not to start interviewing for jobs yet, just go for it. Nothing bad happens if you don’t get the job! I completely f**ked up an interview for a job paying nearly a quarter of a million dollars at JP Morgan this month, so?
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WellPaidGeek 7h
I often have more to say about life than I have to say about JavaScript. Why? Because life is a lot more complicated than JavaScript.
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WellPaidGeek 8h
There’s a poem And it says Life is slow dying That’s a depressing way to look at it But it also lets you know, the clock is ticking So stop wasting time
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Kenny🔥 8h
The best on my list
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WellPaidGeek 16h
I get many DMs asking, “How long will it take me to learn JavaScript?”. Unless you’re planning on dying soon it doesn’t really matter... get learning.
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WellPaidGeek 17h
If you’re young and lacking confidence, please know this often comes with age. Now at 36 I have a “Been there, done that, got the T Shirt” attitude towards most of life.
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WellPaidGeek 18h
You’ll be surprised how far you’ll go with just average intelligence coupled with a refusal to give up.
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WellPaidGeek 18h
Most people who follow internet teachers want entertainment wrapped up as education. I can tell this by the fact I get the most unsubs after a deeply technical email which is high on education, low on entertainment.
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WellPaidGeek 18h
After getting a good response from the currying email, I’m going to do a video where I implement a curry function. I’m coding it in my head now and it’s harder than I thought.
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WellPaidGeek 19h
All you really need to get into the top 10% in a given area is hard work. Most people (90%) put in to little effort, it’s easy to outwork them. Cracking the top 1% is hard though, as you’re then competing with the top 10% that work hard to get there.
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WellPaidGeek 19h
I’m looking for ideas for: * YouTube videos * Email content Let me know, people!
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WellPaidGeek 19h
Just sent out my latest email, “WTF is currying in JavaScript”. The next one, “How to maximise your pay check as a developer” will be the next one. Signup 👉
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WellPaidGeek 20h
Nothing wins like consistency. Be the tortoise, not the hare.
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Adwin Anderson 24h
Replying to @WellPaidGeek
Vs code, sublime text, notepad++ (windows), brackets are all very good free editors as well. Where there’s a will there’s a way to learn and get proficient at frontend dev.
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