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Learn to Code With Me

Laurence Bradford

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The Learn to Code With Me podcast, created by Laurence Bradford, is for aspiring techies and self-taught coders looking to transition into the tech industry. Want actionable insights on how you can get paid for your coding skills? Then you're in the right place!
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Learn to Code in One Month

Learn to Code

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Learn to Code is a podcast hosted by Chris Castiglione (OneMonth.com) based in Brooklyn, NY. Each week Chris interviews successful business founders, startups and programmers to ask them: How did you learn to code? What tips and tricks do you have for finding meaningful work? Learn more about One Month and the Learn to Code podcast at www.onemonth.com.
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This bonus episode, is the recapitulation of the events that transpired from December 12 2021 to February 28 2022 (The day my wife died from colon cancer). I recorded this 4 days after her death as a way to cope with my loss. 10 days since her death, the pain is still there. I'm publishing it, but since it's a part of my personal life and I'm not t…
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This week on the Learn to Code Podcast Mattan Griffel, award-winning teacher of the Introduction to Programming Using Python course at Columbia Business School, and I discuss the question: “Why are MBAs learning to code?” Over the past four years, Mattan has taught thousands of MBAs. Recently he has begun work on a textbook to scale his curriculum …
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This is a book about how to study any topic you want effectively. This book is for students that are still on school and I got a lot of value even without being one. I'm using these techniques for learning new programming languages and technologies for software development. How to Be a Great Student YouTube video ebook: https://amzn.to/2Lh3XSP Pape…
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You’ve launched your first website. It’s a big day! You want to throw a party, crack a beer, and high-five everyone you see. Except, there’s no one around — zero comments on your blog and your site doesn’t even show up in any Google rankings. This week on the podcast, I’m chatting with Kenny Kline (JAKK Media), who’s built a multi-million dollar bu…
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In this episode, Sahil Lavingia tells us how he learned Python, build Gumroad, as well as his advice for newbies stuck on choosing a programming language. Episode Show Notes and Full Transcript The Learn to Code Podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and YouTube. Follow One Month on Facebook and Twitter.…
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As the eighth season of the Learn to Code With Me podcast draws to a close, I wanted to share a few quick updates on LTCWM and my life outside of work. To stay in touch while we're off-season, join our email list at learntocodewith.me. Catch up on all past episodes at learntocodewith.me/podcast, including these Season 8 episodes: S8E1: From Stay-At…
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This week I chat with Sahil Lavingia (Gumroad.com Founder) who spent years running a profitable business with millions of adorning customers — only to be told again and again that he was a huge failure. In this episode, Sahil and I discuss the expectations of taking VC money, and the metrics for success (and failure) that startups must answer to. S…
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After playing rugby in college, working an unpaid filmmaking internship, and switching into recruiting, Michael Poage was feeling burnt out. But after teaching himself how to code, Michael was able to land a job at startup Teachable without a computer science degree or coding bootcamp experience. In this episode, Mike talks about how he got his job…
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A few years ago, David Heinemeier Hansson (Ruby on Rails creator) made a confession on Twitter: "I look up code on the internet all the time." David's confession went viral. Within a few hours, dozens of developers began to make similar confessions — all challenging the conventional idea of what most people think it means to be a "real developer." …
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At 17, Kara Luton was living on her own in New York City on her way to becoming a professional ballerina. But after realizing that a career in ballet wasn’t for her, she worked in the music industry and PR before she stumbled across coding. In this episode, you’ll learn how Kara’s athletic training helped her in her tech career, and how she became …
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WordPress development is in high demand! If you dream of launching a freelance web development career you'll want to know the basics of how to customize WordPress with Advanced Custom Fields (ACF). In this episode, I chat with Elliot Condon — the creator of Advanced Custom Fields. You'll learn: How Elliot learned to code, How you can use WordPress …
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Matt Wiethoff had a promising career in tech, until everything was put on pause because of an injury that made it painful to type on a keyboard. But he turned his challenge into an opportunity and founded Serenade, a powerful tool that lets you code using only your voice, from refactoring code to writing docs. Your move, RSI. To learn more about Ma…
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SQL is the language of databases, and SQL programmers are in high demand. This week, I want to share how to learn SQL for free — and in your spare time — during quarantine. All you need to get started is access to an MYSQL database, as well as some datasets to play around with. 1. Install a Database — If you want to learn SQL, you’re going to need …
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It took Stacey Graham 13 years to earn her IT degree. She’s gone through a lot – moving into another state, becoming a mother of three, surviving cancer, and losing a six-month-old son – and amidst these difficult situations, Stacey was still able to find a successful career in tech. To learn more about Stacey Graham, Laurence Bradford, and today’s…
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SQL is the language of databases. In your career, if you plan to work with machine learning, artificial intelligence, build websites or apps or work with data analytics, you're going to need to know SQL. In this episode of the Learn to Code podcast I'm going to dive deep into the top 6 reasons why you should be learning SQL. I'll cover: * What is S…
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33% of the web is powered by WordPress. There's a lot of WordPress sites out there! Because of that, WordPress is a huge target for hackers, and security should be a priority for everyone, even if you're not a developer. In this episode, I chat with Jason Cohen, CTO of WPEngine, about what WordPress security for beginners. We discuss: The best plug…
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