Paul Allen co-founded Microsoft in 1975 with his long-time friend Bill Gates. And while Gates might be the public face of Microsoft, Allen came up with the name—a combination of microcomputer and software. The partnership between Gates and Allen changed history. Yet when they met, Allen and Gates were barely teenagers, just getting their first taste […]
At a startup event, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian presented his vision for the future. “Every business is going to be a software business in the future. Just full stop.” But Ohanian nearly gave up on programming in college. After taking a single computer science course, Ohanian stuck with a double major in business and history. […]
Programming blogs offer expert advice from skilled coders, tutorials for beginners, and career advice for programs at every level. By reading programming blogs daily, you can stay ahead of the curve and learn more about the profession. You’ll read about the latest trends, learn tricks of the trade, and master different coding languages by choosing […]
As a new programmer, it can be intimidating to figure out what field you want to specialize in. There are so many different options: frontend development, backend development, data science, mobile development, and on and on. It can all be very confusing. Two of the most popular options are backend and frontend development. In this […]
If you’ve ever considered a career change, you’ve probably thought about coding. After all, programming jobs are growing 50% faster than the overall market, and jobs that require coding skills pay $22,000 more each year than jobs that don’t require coding skills. Software developers and software engineers earn over $100,000 a year on average, with […]
More people want to learn to program than ever before. There are plenty of people that encourage you to learn to program: like the model, programmer, and programming advocate Karlie Kloss. There are also many prominent figures who disparage the “everyone should learn to code” attitude. So who is right? Is learning to program really […]
Do you hate going to work? Maybe the reason why is because you are stuck in an office. In this article, I am going to share my experience working as a programmer from home. I will let you know what it is really like to work from home as a programmer, and answer the question: […]
It’s no secret that programming skills are in high demand. Programming jobs are growing 50% faster than the overall market. But do you need a degree to be a programmer? In this article, we will explore how to become a software engineer without a degree.
In this article, I will show you how to become a freelance programmer so you can work while traveling the world or at home in your pajamas. Whether you are already a programmer working full-time for a company or a brand new programmer, I will show you how to create a successful freelance programming business.
Programming skills are in high demand. Recruiters want job candidates with programming skills, and people who can code earn higher salaries. Learning a programming language can also help employees break into in-demand fields like software engineering or web development. But beginners often don’t know where to start. So what’s the best programming language to learn first?