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  • Confidently Incorrect - Navigating Battleships
    2 projects | | 16 Apr 2024
    There were frustrations and compromises and victories, but little by little I can see my progress, and I still enjoy the act of overcoming these new challenges and learning more and more. Each day is another little lesson. I look forward to continuing with The Odin Project and the next challenges, but in the meantime I must return to looking for my alternance (apprenticeship) and maybe a small personal project before launching into the next part of the curriculum.
  • Seeking Guidance on the Path to Web Development: My Journey So Far and Next Steps
    2 projects | | 30 Mar 2024
    The Odin Project: With its hands-on approach, The Odin Project guids through everything from basic HTML and CSS to full-stack development.
  • Free Resources Every Web Developer Should Know About
    15 projects | | 18 Mar 2024
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  • 🔥 Top 10 Best Websites to Learn Coding for Free! 💻
    2 projects | | 9 Mar 2024
    The Odin Project The Odin Project offers a full-stack curriculum for aspiring web developers. With its project-based approach, you'll gain practical experience while learning HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and more.
  • 100+ FREE Resources Every Web Developer Must Try
    22 projects | | 26 Feb 2024
  • A list of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings that have free tiers of interest to devops and infradev
    47 projects | | 5 Feb 2024
    The Odin Project - Free, open-source platform with a curriculum focused on JavaScript and Ruby for web development.
  • Ask HN: Would doing a coding bootcamp be a horrible idea?
    2 projects | | 30 Jan 2024
    I'll throw in a vote for teaching yourself or using free resources and communities. Even if you go down the bootcamp route it is going to take a lot of self motivation and work outside of the bootcamp / afterwards in order to become job ready. Or at least do this to start with to make sure you like it.

    I did this myself a few years years ago over lockdown. I had a lot of down time and worked on teaching myself web development full time 5 days a week for about a year. I was then able to land a job at a FAANG company through an apprenticeship scheme that they offer in the UK (I'm not sure if these kinds of schemes are available in the US) where I stayed for a year and a half and I am now working for a startup in a position I found through connections I made at my previous job. At the time I did have other offers for non-apprenticeship roles at other companies so don't let the absence of apprenticeships put you off if they aren't on offer in the US. The job market was definitely better when I was applying for my first job so the process might be more drawn out now. The main resource I used for self teaching was The Odin Project ( I also did a batch at The Recurse Center ( which was a great experience in general, especially for getting some hands on time working on projects with other people. I would say be curious, reach out to people who are working on things you find interesting to ask them for a chat and just persevere with the applications as you will definitely get a lot of rejections.

    One more thing (might be UK specific as well) but I would check to see if there are any government funded bootcamps you might be able to get a place on. I know multiple people in the UK who got the job center to pay for them to do a bootcamp while they were on universal credit and now work in the industry.

  • Confidently Incorrect - Revisiting previous projects.
    1 project | | 22 Jan 2024
    So I have been learning how to code and broadly development since 2020, during the Covid-19 lockdowns, beginning with the classic triple threat of HTML/CSS/JavaScript, adding into the mix a dash of Python and since returning to live in France 2022 have committed to The Odin Project web-development program and happily began my full time formal learning with Ada Tech School in 2023. Now the search for my 12-month-long apprenticeship (Alternance, en français) begins, as well as continuing my self-study and side-projects.
  • The Odin Project – Full stack web development curriculum
    1 project | | 5 Jan 2024
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    7 projects | | 15 Dec 2023
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