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Have you been considering diving into iOS Development but don’t know where to start? Have you already started, but feel like you’re not making the kind of progress you want? Well you’re in the right place, because I can show you the best ways to learn iOS Development quickly and efficiently!
The Lie They Tell You
“Join this course to go from being an absolute beginner to a paid professional!” We’ve seen variations of that lie everywhere. All the courses start out the same, they’re great! You’re learning the basics, you’re moving and following along, and then you get to the point in the course where things start falling apart. Once you get past the basics, the introductory modules, they start showing you how to make very specific things. A todo list, maybe something like a weather app, things like that. What you’ll soon realize when you go and try to make your own apps, is that they only taught you to follow along with them, how to build what they built. They didn’t teach you the why of it, or why you chose to develop the app that specific way.
The Truth I’ll Tell You
In this book, I will not teach you how to code. Instead, I’ll be teaching you something much more valuable. How to learn efficiently. There aren’t many ways to speed up the process of learning to code. There are a few, and I talk about all the ways I’ve discovered to speed them up in this book, but what I talk about mostly here is how to make sure you’re not doing any of millions of things that will actually triple the time it would take to learn to code proficiently. If you’ve been with the website for a while, you’ll have seen me say that there aren’t many ways to speed up the process, but there are a million ways to slow it down.
What you’ll find inside :
- How to make a map of your own that will actually take you from beginner to landing your first job.
- Don’t trust someone else’s map. Make your own, take charge of your own journey. If you do the right research, you won’t have to hope you’ll have the skills to get the job. You’ll know you will.
- How to gather the resources you need to make starting your career possible.
- There are many resources available online to start your career, I’ll not only show you how to find them, but how to use the ones you need, and let go of the ones you don’t.
- How to decide what kind of developer you want to be.
- It might sound simple, but “developer” is just about as specific as “athlete”. You need to decide what kind of developer you want to be so you can travel in that direction.
- How to work backwards from getting the job, to make the process of getting the job faster.
- Most people wait until they think they’re ready to get a job to start looking at the requirements. I’ll show you why you should be doing the opposite.
- How to make sure you don’t get caught in the learning loop, and if you are already caught, how to get out.
- Everyone gets caught in the learning loop at some point. The learning loop is spending more time “learning” than “doing”. It’s inevitable you’ll get caught, I’ll show you how to get out once you do.
- Who the time thief is, and how to overcome procrastination.
- Procrastination comes in many forms, but you might not expect this reason to be the main one that’s going to stop you from accomplishing anything in a timely manner.
- How to make sure you don’t waste your time backtracking through lessons you’ve already watched.
- Remember how I said there are countless ways to slow down on your journey to becoming a developer? This one is huge!
- Why working smarter instead of harder will never be enough to get you the job.
- The saying goes work smarter, not harder. I’ll show you why the saying is wrong, and how only working smart is not enough alone to get you anywhere.
If You’re Not Sold Yet
You can find a lot of the topics from the book in posts on this website. I’ve learned from so many free sources that I feel like theres so much value in providing it for others. But the content in the book is edited, revised, and so much more thorough. There’s so much content that is not on the website inside, but with that being said if you’re not ready to make the jump to buying the book, you can read around the site until you’re sure. I’ll always be posting quality content here, but I hope that you see that there’s value in what I post and choose to support me.
I won’t sell you a dream that you can learn how to code in a month “if you follow these quick tips!”. But I will tell you that not wasting valuable time while learning is the best, and in my opinion, the only real short cut there is to learning anything.