Complete What You Start! How To Stop Doing Things Halfway

Part 18 of 20 in the Series: Learn Computer Programming Online
Successful Project Completion
Complete What You Start

Completing projects on time and under budget is required for success in any profession.

That is why this question submitted by a software developer on how to complete assigned projects or tasks is a must read.

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Free E-Book On How To Stay Ahead of the Technology Curve

Part 9 of 26 in the Series: Why Can't I Find A Job?
Stay Ahead of the Curve!
Stay Ahead of the Curve!

Have you ever wondered how some people stay ahead of rapidly changing technologies while others seem to let their skills become extinct like the Dodo?

Well, apparently, someone in Dubai, U.A.E. wants to know the answer so badly that he sent in his question by postal mail!

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How Do I Overcome Employment Gaps In My Oracle Programming Career?

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This question was posted by a reader who wants to overcome obstacles posed by employment gaps in an Oracle Programming Career!

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How To Become a Microsoft .NET Software Developer

Part 12 of 24 in the Series: become a computer programmer
microsoft.net software developer job
microsoft.net software developer job

This question was posted by a reader who wants to become a Microsoft .NET Developer!

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It Is Never Too Late To Become A Computer Programmer!

Part 18 of 24 in the Series: become a computer programmer
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This question was posted by a reader who wants to become a computer programmer!

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About The 2012 Software Developer Internship Opportunity

Part 21 of 24 in the Series: become a computer programmer
The Software Developers Internship Coaching Opportunity
The Software Developers Internship Coaching Opportunity

About The 2012 Software Developer Internship Opportunity!

Computer programming is one of those few careers that offers you the option to either freelance, get a full-time job or become an independent consultant even when you are really just a beginner!

As a freelance software developer, you may live in the United States, India, UK, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa or any country and work for clients located anywhere on the planet!

There are several specializations available to software developers including Mobile Application Development, Desktop Programming and Web Programming.

HOW TO BECOME A BETTER, MORE CONFIDENT, EXPERT PROGRAMMER (PART 1)

Part 16 of 20 in the Series: Learn Computer Programming Online

One of the challenges I faced when I peeked inside my first programming book more than 15 years ago was the difficult of understanding the programming concepts taught in the textbooks I was reading. Think about it for a moment – if you walk into a store and buy a book on “how to master a programming language”, you should be able to read the book once or at most a couple of times and understand it correct?

Well, I’m afraid that’s not how it works in real life. Computer programming books are notoriously scary and difficult to read.

Learning C++ Programming Language Is Bad For Your Career … C++ Programmers Can’t Find Jobs

Part 13 of 13 in the Series: How To Learn Programming Languages
Learning A Marketable Skill?
Learning A Marketable Skill?

Hi,

Do you want to learn the C++ programming language or become a C/C++ computer programmer?

Have you ever asked this question? which programming language is the most complex and challenging?? and received the answer C++?

If you answered yes, you are not alone. About 13 years ago, I asked my mentors in computer programming which programming language is the hardest, toughest, most difficult to learn? and I got the same reply as you… C++.

The Secret Path To Contract Programming

Part 12 of 20 in the Series: Learn Computer Programming Online

Who is a contract programmer?

A contract programmer is a software developer who is paid an hourly rate for working on special software development projects for a period. Contract computer programmers are not paid salaries like full-time developers but hourly wages.

Contract programmers tend to be very project focused because they are hired to solve specific problems or code specific features and as soon as that is done, they have to move on to another project or find a new client.

How To Succeed In Programming When You’re Old!

Part 17 of 24 in the Series: become a computer programmer

Is Your Age Really Against You?
Is Your Age Really Against You?
A few days ago I asked you to contact me with your questions about beginning your programming career.

Some of you (30+ and 40+) replied saying that you would like to know if your age will stop prevent you from getting hired by employers.

So, here are my career success tips for beginning a programming career when you feel that age is against you!