Tell me if this situation sounds familiar: You’re browsing your Udemy courses and see a cool project. You follow the tutorial step-by-step and soon have a nice-looking project that also has some sweet functionality. Right on! Problem is, 100,000 other people have that same exact project freshly pushed to GitHub. Sad trombone…
What happens when you’ve reached the point in your software development journey where you’re ready to develop your own projects? Where and how do you start? Rip open a code editor and hope for the best? Sure that's an option - but is it an ideal option? 🤔
But without testing your technical ideas or even asking yourself if they’re feasible, you’re going to be spending a lot of wasted time in front of a computer screen. Why put that unnecessary strain on your eyes, even in dark mode? Instead, we're going to step up our productivity game.
Watch this video and you'll be well on your way to better project results. You can not only show these off proudly in your portfolio, but also take full credit for as the creator.