Coding Job Guide - Learn To Code & Get A Coding Job

Do you want to learn to code and get a high-paying coding job? Welcome at Coding Job Guide, a new internet publication aimed as a free career guide to anyone looking to start their career in software development or make a career transition to this field.

Coding Blog

Here you can read various articles about coding in general, for example, articles about various IT jobs, CV boosting tips, or about picking the right coding language to start with.

Coding Languages

Here you can read detailed articles about most popular coding languages including tutorials, code examples and recommendations of the best e-learning courses to get you started.

  • Java Tutorial - Coming soon!
  • Python Tutorial - Coming soon!
  • HTML Tutorial - Coming soon!
  • CSS Tutorial - Coming soon!
  • JavaScript Tutorial - Coming soon!

Upcoming Content on Coding Job Guide:

I am now working on detailed step-by-step guides that will tech you the basics of coding and then I will show you online courses where you can gain advanced coding skills in your chosen sub-field / coding language. I will tell you which relevant online certificates, mini-degrees, or even full online degrees will boost your CV.

Currently, the largest salaries in IT are awarded to software developers and data scientists. Although a developer position requires a bit of patience and some logical thinking, it is absolutely not reserved only for child coding prodigies with degrees from Stanford University or Harvard. Nowadays, thanks to online courses, coding guides and books being available all over the internet, and numerous on-site and online intensive coding bootcamps, you can learn to code well and get a full-time programming job without any college degree at all!

What programming jobs can you choose from when considering a coding career? What’s on our menu? Here is a list of some of the positions in this field that we will very soon be covering at our website:

  1. Web developer – Creates the code of web applications – either the code necessary for the interactions with the user (frontend) or the code used for background jobs (backend). A fullstack web developer is proficient in both areas.
  2. Mobile developer - Android developer (Java, Scala, Groovy, Kotlin) or iOS developer – Objective-C
  3. Desktop app developer – A desktop software developer creates applications running on Windows/Linux/MacOS, using programming languages such as Java, Kotlin, C, C#, C++, Python and others
  4. Data Scientist – A data scientist uses mostly Python, R and SQL. This is one of the more high-entry-barrier positions, usually applicants are required to own at least a Bachelor’s or Master’s in Computer Science / Statistics. But it is correspondingly well-paid.

We will also write blog posts on all relevant topics, namely:

  • Developer career transitions – such as front-end -> full-stack -> team leader -> product owner
  • Mid-career switch to software development
  • How to learn to code online for free
  • Freelancing – how to go private
  • Girls in IT

Websites I recommend to check out:

Yours, Jan (founder of CodingJobGuide)

Here you can find coding guides, most importantly, learn how to code websites and much more.