Discussion on: There's More Than One Way to Become a Developer

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Muhammed Maher

I consider myself a self-taught developer, I started when I was 14 years old, the idea of being able to control the computer through commands seemed very promising to me, I made some small tools to solve my math homework, I quit studies after I got my high school diploma, landed my first full time job as a developer a year later, I needed to invest in an online certificate to show my capabilities, I chose w3schools, that was around $100, I worked for a year, then I quit, I'm now attending an in-person entrepreneurship bootcamp, to start my own business, but that's a different story.