The step-by-step game plan any professional can use to transform their career, and become a self-taught coder, no matter their age or lack of technical background
Why spending ages getting formal qualifications is the WORST way to land a career in code, and how my clients get their dream career way faster (and cheaper) without needing a degree.
The secret to removing ALL the risk in switching careers, and how you can use your non-technical professional experience as an advantage to stand out in the tech job market.
The real reason why coding skills are so highly valued right now ... And how even brand new coders are tripling their job opportunities and earning potential.
Why just learning to code is NOT enough to change careers, and why focusing on that causes people to learn the WRONG things
And, how they do ALL this, while winning back their excitement for work and enjoying the freedom to work from anywhere in the world
I'd been a lawyer for over 14 years and was 37 when I finally taught myself to code. Within 8 months of starting to learn to code I applied for 4 developer jobs and got all 4. A little over a year later I was at Google as an engineer. I had just turned 39. I was able to do this because of my previous experience in 3 industries in 4 countries. There are rules to the game of career success, no matter which industry you're in. Career changers have a natural advantage, and with the right skills and attitudes, they are highly sought-after. I know because I'm not just a coder; I'm also a coach. And those who become my clients get outstanding results that change their lives - no BS, no generic advice from blogs, no recommendations that I've not personally tried, tested, deployed and benefited from.