I want to code more because: I want to build up my expertise in the field of development/programming. To be able to build something new and to be creative and be more employable, and of course in the same time hopefully make money.
I know I’ll have reached my “code more” goal when: I will code more fluently and with purpose and I will be more confident in what i do and to know that i did it well. I will finish a few simpler React tutorials, build some simple app for managing buildings and post it online. Then I will finish freeCodeCamp on full stack development with React to further develop my skills. After that, I will try to contribute to some interesting open source project. Then I will build a few more complex apps.
Then, (if I will still be unsure of myself :) ) I will follow plan from this site and further expand my understaning of computer science and programming in general.
Then I will apply for programming jobs AND further build on that and start to work with my colleague on his startup.
My top three assumptions for reaching my goal are:
Of these assumptions, my riskiest is perservering when things get hard, lose focus and start to learn and work to wide… feeling stuck and not good enough.
When I think about my riskiest assumption, three possible root causes are:
3 ways I might address these root causes are:
Of these, the biggest cause that’s worth tackling first is _not having a buddy who knows how to program and to speak about problems who will try to declutter my thoughts and help me move on and believe in myself. Therefore, I will try to find someone on CodeNewbie, and I will also ask my ex-work-colleague who introduced me to React for further help when I will feel confident that I am not too-unexperienced for him.
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