Here's the programming language you should learn if you want to work for Facebook, Google, or Microsoft.
Here's the programming language you should learn if you want to work for Facebook, Google, or Microsoft.
New training from Robert
 Since the workshop the other day, a few people have been asking a variation of this same question. 

They want to know why we teach JS and why not Ruby on Rails, Python, or PHP? It's a good question. Choosing the right programming language is EXTREMELY important.

Many new developers choose a language that limits their job prospects, their future employment opportunities, their salaries, and makes it a lot more difficult to get "job-ready" skills.

I've decided to put together a short video to answer these questions...

#1: What's language is friendly for your needs as a beginner developer?
#2: What language will give you the best opportunity for employment right now? As far as the number of jobs opportunities in your local area is important? Nationally? 
#3: What language will have staying power in this industry?  What will be more predominant 3 years from now? 5 years from now? 
#4: What language will offer you the best salary? Where is there a low supply of developers, so you can make it easier on yourself to compete? 
#5: What's the best language to learn if you want to work for a big tech: FB, Google, Microsoft?
So watch the video if you want to find out more about the best language for you to learn moving forward.

Talk soon,

Robert Stevenson 

Check out the video that I made yesterday about: "How to learn to code 2x faster"
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Who Is This Strategy Session For? 
  • Student's struggling to learn: If you are self-teaching programming online, but aren't making progress towards your goal - and you want a faster path forward.
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    DISCLAIMER: The salary figure that I mention and the time frame it took me to become a software developer is my own result. I'm not implying that you'll be able to duplicate this result (or do anything in software for that matter). I have the benefit of . The average person who follows any "how to" information get's little to no results. I'm using these references for example purposes only.  Your results will vary and depend on many factors including but not limited to your background, experience, and work ethic. Getting a job in software development requires that you take on a lot of risk as well as massive and consistent effort and action. If you're not willing to accept that, this is not for you.