Ahmed Khaled is one of our students in our hackerspace of Cairo in Egypt. Working as web developer, the young man, passionate about drums and swimming, decided to learn UX Design to be able to "create authentic and easy-to-use interfaces for users".
Giving the best user experience ever: that's what I lacked as a developer
I am currently a web developer. I think I'm even good at coding, but still felt like I was missing something: to give the best possible user experience. So I did some research and came across GOMYCODE on social medias. When I saw that the startup was present in several countries, I was immediately assured. I visited the website and discovered the UX design training program. It caught my eye and I found it to be a perfect match for what I was looking for. So I called the hackerspace. An educational advisor answered all my questions and also introduced me to the stories of other students, which finished to convince me.
We immediately understand that GOMYCODE is a successful environment
We immediately understand that GOMYCODE is a successful environment. On the first day, I arrived just as the class was starting. I got to know the instructor. He immediately put us, along with the other students, in confidence. Then we broke the ice, laughed, it was cool. It was a good first day which allowed us to get to know each other well before starting the lessons.
Learning to code means preparing for the future
As a developer, I advise everyone to learn to code because it's preparing for the future. In the years that will follow, if you don't know how to code, you will be a little 'excluded'. And even from a personal perspective, coding will allow you to broaden your horizons, learn something new, and think differently. The best thing about coding is that you will never be bored. There will always be a new skill to learn and you will always have the opportunity to level up. It is a permanent but exciting challenge.
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