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Are you someone who has been:
Looking into changing to a career that you can move up in and feel inspired by instead of feeling drained and passed over?
Thinking about learning to code, but didn’t know where to start?
Or just wanting to get a taste of what it’s actually like to be in a coding bootcamp without having to risk your hard earned money to pay for one, especially when you’re not even sure it’s something you’ll like?
My name is Terrance Greene, and I’ve helped hundreds of prospective career shifters find if a career in web development was right for them as a student advisor in the coding education industry.
Before I tell you how this works, I want to ask you a question:
How much difference would it make in your life if 9 months from now you were making $70,000 per year, creating, and solving problems for people, all from the comfort of your desk (or even couch)?
And $70k is on the low-end of entry-level web development jobs.
Now you might be thinking, ...“yeah sure, maybe that happens 1 out of 1000 times, but it’s not realistic for most people.”
NGL, it’s not realistic for most people.
I've worked with hundreds of people who followed this path I’m going to show you. For some, it was less than 9 months, for others, it was longer. Some started under $70k, some started higher.
But, I don’t think you’re “most people,” because if you’re reading this far, then that means you’re serious, you’ve been thinking A LOT about this coding / career thing…or you just might be desperate. Good.
Now you also might be thinking, “How in-demand are coding jobs, really, do I have a chance?”
According to this study, there are almost 4 million open tech jobs in the U.S., right now.
Despite changes in the economy, the tech industry is growing.
“We’ve run out of ways to describe how much the demand for software engineers is increasing.” —Hired.com’s 2022 State of Software Engineers Report
If there’s ever a time to break into tech, it’s now.
“Is becoming a web developer to pursue a job in tech right for me?”
You have to ask yourself two more questions:
Do I have a taste for coding and web development?
“Is it even feasible with my current job, family, and/or life obligations?”
Get A Free Taste of A Coding Workshop
You might already know you have a taste for coding, but in case you don’t, question #1 is the easiest to answer. If you were to head over to YouTube right now, you could do a quick search for beginner tutorials and spend hours learning a topic and then decide if it’s something you want to pursue.
BUT, the better way is to start learning at a coding workshop with others. Why?
Coders are passionate about helping others and sharing their knowledge. When you learn in a group, you discover the tools, strategies, and approaches others are using in their coding journey. And when you get stuck, someone else is there to help you because they picked up on a subtle note you might have missed. And when someone else gets stuck, you’ll discover the satisfaction of helping them.
So, if you’re serious about figuring out if learning to code is right for you, come to my free workshop to get a taste of what's to come.
How Does This Work, What Do You Get?
We’ll spend about an hour to an hour and a half in a coding workshop, specifically designed for beginners, learning the web development fundamentals, which are the building blocks that support the rest of the skills you need to get a job in tech.
You will meet other aspiring developers so you can gain extra insights about what works and what doesn’t.
We’ll spend the last ~30 minutes for questions and answers.
How Is This Different?
After the coding workshop portion is completed:
I’m going to share with you the 7 key strategies you need to use to continue your learning journey that will increase your chances of finishing an online course from 5-15% to 70-85%, which you can use as a benchmark for whatever path you choose to take.
Briefly, I'll share with you how my sponsor, the #1 coding bootcamp in the US, helps developers finish their online learning, at a rate of 75%, and has the receipts to prove it.
I’m going to give you an exclusive discount for my sponsor that you can use if you decide to check them out. You don’t have to buy anything and I’ll only spend a few minutes talking about them, but without them, this event would not be possible.
Who this is not for:
People who don’t want to learn to code and don’t need or want coding education.
One Last Thing... Reserve a spot before they run out
San Antonio, TX
May 27, 2023, 2 p.m. - May 27, 2023, 4 p.m.