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How to make a passive income on as a software developer

Introduction Oops! Click Regenerate Content below to try generating this section again. What is passive income? Passive income is money that you earn without putting in any additional work. This can be generated by a business you own or investing in other businesses. Passive income is a great way to earn money while you sleep, because it allows you to enjoy your time off and still make money! Niche down. It's easier to make money as a developer by building tools for other people. You'll be able to build things that fit into the niche of your choice and focus on what people need, rather than trying to figure out how things work in general. This makes it possible for you to find an audience who will pay you for your work. Do the work up front. The first thing you should do is take the time to learn how to do things right. Invest in your skills and knowledge. This can be done by taking classes at a local community college, reading books on the subject that are written for develope
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How to build an API using C# programming language

Introduction Developing APIs can be a daunting task for developers who have no experience in making them. If you are new to the C# programming language, then building an API may look like rocket science. But it doesn't have to be! In this brief guide, we will show you how to build an API using C# programming language in just five steps. Create a new project Create a new project Create a new class library Name the project and library as you desire Step 1: Open Visual Studio, then go to File -> New Project. Step 1: Open Visual Studio, then go to File -> New Project. Step 2: Choose the project type: Class Library (.NET Core). Step 3: Give your new project a name, then click OK. Step 2: Create a class library project for .Net Core 3.0 To add the required assemblies, right-click on your project and select Properties. In the Solution Explorer window that opens up, click on the References tab. Add a reference to System.Net.Http (this is required for our tutorial) by selecting it fro

Top 5 ways to become a self taught developer

Introduction I learned how to code by being self-taught. It took me a few years, but I finally got there and now I am able to build websites for clients using my own code. In this post, we'll explore the top 5 ways that you can become a self taught developer: Read list of resources and choose your first language You can start by reading the list of resources, and choose your first language. It’s important to choose a language that you are interested in and passionate about. You should also consider if it is possible to learn the language quickly, as well as whether or not it will help build something useful. Make a daily plan Set a goal for yourself. Write down a plan for how you will achieve that goal. Make sure you have time to do it, resources and motivation! Have the right mindset Go over the basics as often as possible When you're first learning, it can be hard to keep your head above water. You might feel that there are so many other things that you want to learn and do,

Why you should join a bootcamp

Introduction Bootcamps are the new hotness in education, and for good reason. They're fast-paced, engaging, and they teach you hands-on skills that will help you land your dream job. They also prepare you for a diverse career field of work, so even if you aren't interested in coding right now—or ever!—you'll still be ready when opportunity knocks at your door. But don't take my word for it: let's dive into why bootcamps are so great (and how they fit into your future). You'll learn by doing. There are many different ways to learn, but none of them will work if you don't put yourself in a position where you can do so. Bootcamps are a great place to do just that because they provide the opportunity for students to practice and master their craft while also receiving feedback from an instructor who knows how much effort it takes for someone else's first time at something like this. Boot camps offer support systems that allow learners like you access learn f

Tips for building a strong brand

Introduction Building a strong brand is hard. It takes time, dedication and thoughtfulness. But if you're willing to put in the effort, you'll be rewarded by all of the benefits your company will receive as it grows. In this article, we'll go over some tips for building a strong brand that will help you stand out from the crowd (and make sure no one ever forgets who your company is). Be human. Be human: Be genuine and authentic. Your brand should be you—not a persona or some other character that is different from your true self, but rather an extension of who you are as a person in real life. This is hard for many people because it means being vulnerable and open about things like emotions, feelings and thoughts that we don't tell most people about (or at least not often). So if there's anything about yourself that might be embarrassing or difficult to talk about publicly, then keep it hidden until after this stage has passed! Build a clear brand architecture. A bra

How to deal with imposter syndrome as a developer

Introduction Imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern that makes people feel like they are not good enough for whatever they're doing, despite evidence to the contrary. It's common; a study by IBM found that 70% of developers surveyed reported feeling imposter syndrome at one point in their careers. It can affect how you do your job and where you want to go with your career. Here are some tips for dealing with imposter syndrome as an engineer: Imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern that makes people feel like they are not good enough for whatever they're doing, despite evidence to the contrary. Imposter syndrome is a psychological pattern that makes people feel like they are not good enough for whatever they're doing, despite evidence to the contrary. It can affect how you do your job and where you want to go with your career. It's common; a study by IBM found that 70% of developers surveyed reported feeling imposter syndrome at one point in their careers.

How to get hired as a developer

Introduction If you're interested in getting hired as a developer, then this article is for you. I'll discuss how to get started on your journey and how to prepare for interviews. Let's get started! 1. Create a Portfolio A portfolio is a great way to show potential employers what you can do. It should be easy to navigate, and it should show off the best of your work. The most important thing is that it's well-organized, so you'll have an easier time finding what you're looking for. What should go into your portfolio? Here are some examples of things that should go into a developer's portfolio: Code samples (in any programming language) Examples of design work or UX design work Samples from previous projects 2. Learning How to Write a Good Resume A good resume is the first step to getting hired. Your resume should be: Easy to read and understand. If it's too dense and hard to follow, you won't be able to get your point across effectively. Make sure th