Graduated in Computer Science and working as a graphic designer, the young man wants to become a Full-time Front-end developer.
When I saw who was the instructor, I took my decision
At the University, we study basic languages like Java. So I wanted to deepen my knowledge, and for that, I had to be surrounded by an instructor. I stumbled across a GOMYCODE post while scrolling on Facebook. I visited the website. I saw that there were competent instructors like Habiba, who is known in Egypt for being one of the best in the Front-end. So that's how I decided to take the plunge and register here.
GOMYCODE is not a classic school
The first day, I was a little stressed about coming to the hackerspace because I didn't know what was really waiting for me. As soon as I walked through the door and met our instructor and the other students, my doubts were quickly dispelled. I quickly discovered that it was not a classic school, and that I was really going to be able to learn and master Front-end development as I had imagined, in a studious but cool atmosphere.
GOMYCODE experience is able to bring people from different backgrounds and create a chemistry between them
The community at GOMYCODE is very important. In this community, there is, of course, our Instructor. Habiba is well known for her skills in the software world here in Egypt. She is really there for us at all times, answers our questions and gives us tips to improve ourselves. She is more than an instructor, she responds to our messages even in the evening when we get stuck on something and inquires about our news. She pushes us to go beyond ourselves. We really feel that she pushes us to seek the next level.
There are also the students who are part of this community. I feel like I've known them all for years. They look like childhood friends who get together to learn something together. It's crazy how the GOMYCODE experience is able to bring people from different backgrounds and create a chemistry between them.
The more you master digital skills, the more you will have access to better job opportunities
If I have any advice for those who want to learn new technologies like me, it's: Always learn and don't make bad excuses for yourself. I am a university student; I work, and I still decided to give myself the chance to acquire new skills. Also keep in mind that the job market is turning more and more to digital, so the more you master digital skills, the more you will have access to better job opportunities. So go for it, start whatever the specialty, master digital marketing then move on to web development or artificial intelligence or even UX / UI Design, but the main thing is that you give yourself the cards in hand to succeed in your professional future. .
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