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How I Learned to Code: Lessons From Teaching Myself Web Development and Becoming a Paid Programmer in Only 3 Months Paperback – September 29, 2016
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Christopher R Dodd is a YouTuber, Blogger & Podcaster focused specifically on the Digital Nomad Movement and Location Independent careers. One of the biggest names online in the digital nomad community, Chris published his first book after discovering a need from his audience, who wanted to know more about his story and how they can also achieve a location independent lifestyle. Chris continues to educate and inspire the next generation of digital nomads on his YouTube channel, Podcast and Blog.
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I'm not a coder, nor do I plan to be. But, I've been inspired by Chris's story living/working remotely as a "digital nomad" on his Youtube channel for some time now. He is documenting a unique way of living and working that is becoming increasingly popular as people begin to realize how possible this lifestyle is.
This book shares his journey about how he learned to code, by taking online courses, networking at meetups, and finding his motivation. In the end, he was able to land several full-time jobs and freelancing jobs in a very short amount of time by 1. "putting himself out there", and 2. "understanding what is motivation is," of course there are some others things too! But, I think those two key points are the most important aspects I grabbed from this book. They can be applied to any field of work (or passion) which is why I don't only recommend this book to "coders," but to anyone with any kind of passion for achieving something, especially if you aspire to be a digital nomad!
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