• joe andersonjoe anderson, 5 years ago

    I think it's important to understand what you want to do, what you like to do, and what industry/companies you'd like to work for. Based on that you can work backwards towards what skills/toolset you need to get there.

    If you don't have any idea, I think it's important to just dabble and explore while you have a steady paycheck. You don't need to be full-time just to change things., however it will be hard either way.

    If you do end up going the coding route, I'm happy to help be a resource for you when you get stuck or don't understand certain concepts. Feel free to reach out on twitter -> @anderson760

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