Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Torrentluver, Mar 23, 2020.
idk if you're into e-Commerce buy an sell.
But i started my journey with dropshipping/retail arbitrage with $500.00, and able to get atleast $100.00 PER DAY.
Dig up the freebie section and you may actually find them for free.
P2P startup's investment
If this was really possible, everyone would have been doing it already. I am not saying that it is impossible to do in one month but doing it consistently over next few months is not easy.
I think these courses can be found online for free. And this money can be invested somewhere
There's a ton of free courses out there that are as good, if not better than the paid ones. There's also a few ways to get the paid ones for free.
Job? i'm 100% sure no one would deny any python (good enough) dev a job for 50$/month. Even if the person is from a 3rd world country/a college student or just want to work 1-2 hours per day. Not everyone can/needs to freelance or launch a saas/product or open an agency.
The sweet-sweet "Job security" works for lots and lots of people
I agree with all 3 of you (or anyone else that think i can learn it for free) - i'm even learning many things from books that can be downloaded for free on b-ok.cc (not the best thing to do but it saves money)... but some people can't put in the required time till something isn't at stake. If OP knew all the things he can do with 500$, he'd not ask random people on internet.
I agree. Course from sites like freecodecamp is probably better than many of bootcamps.
As most of us are saying invest in yourself instead of the product.
Especially when you are a student with time on your hands.
As someone who never paid for a course and managed to learn quite a bit of coding languages i can tell you all is out there for free.
If you cant find the materials i would recommend a google course (Yes they exist and are very interesting) instead of spending money.
Courses usually teach you the whole damn coding dictionary, while for your projects you would need perhaps only 5% of that information.
so the question is are you learning to learn in general, or are you building and learning to deliver and make money.
One goal a programmer might have is to have all-round IT skills so it could automate everything and work on any project.
Not sure what kind of coder you would like to become. Front end, small tools, or scrapers, information gathering,
Either way one would need a bit of equipment to spend the hours/days in front of the damn screens no Mather what he/she will do.
Perhaps spend the money on a comfy chair, and a 4 screen setup, there is much road ahead
My 1 cent
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