Find out about the personal experience of other CodeGym students
My only regret is that I did not do this earlier: a story of Alexandr, developer at CodeGym – Alexandr joined the CodeGym support team a few years ago and started learning Java from zero. Now he’s a full-fledged developer in our international team.
All my friends lost their jobs, except for the programmers: the story of Mykyta, who lost his job due to the Russian invasion – Mykyta is CodeGym “freshman” from Ukraine who started to learn Java here via our donation program.
“I’m hoping to make coding my profession”: the story of Lauren, a CodeGym University student – a stay-at-home mom shares her experience of learning Java & Android development with CodeGym.
Stay self-motivated in the course of learning
How To Keep The Learning Path Without Losing Motivation? – if you feel that you’re having a hard time staying motivated, here are some hints that can make the learning path less winding and far more engaging.
Why Do People Love Coding? Explaining The Passion for Profession – there are so many other advantages of coding. And truth be told, there is a lot to love about it. Here’s what experienced developers say about the things they really love in coding.
Make your Java learning smooth
How to understand if the developer profession suits you: mentor Oleksiy Kapustnik answers popular questions from beginner programmers – if this thought has crossed your mind at least once, find out what our CodeGym University mentor (and experienced developer) says about the best ways to decide, whether you should stick to programming.
Everything You Should Know About Java before Starting a Learning Path – maybe you already have a plan. But it’s not totally wrong to review it before the new year begins.
How Long Does It Take to Learn to Code? – we’ve tried to answer the most common question from our students and help you shape the timeframe you need for mastering Java.
The Most Challenging Topics in Learning Java – this is your cheat sheet of topics that might make you wanna quit… ok, we’re joking. Just brace yourself and prepare to pay more attention to these ones in your learning.
Prepare to become a market-ready Java specialist
Landing Your First Job After Graduation – this is the selection of the best posts about Java Junior skill set, preparing for an interview, and career planning.
Top Skills and Main Responsibilities of Junior Java Developers – the refreshed review of the minimal starter pack for the rookie developers.
What Are Different Types of Developer Jobs? – the lines between different types of programmers can be pretty blurry for newcomers. Therefore, we have developed this brief guide on developers' jobs, required skills, and average salaries.
The Most Popular and Rewarding IT Careers in 2022 – a detailed look at the tech market opportunities in different countries right now.
Top 10 Internship Companies for Dev Training – you can land a position in a Big Tech company even as a rookie. The internship is the right stepping stone to this achievement. So we’ve narrowed down the choice to the top 10 options for you.
How to Introduce Yourself In an Interview – lots of newbie developers have approximately the same knowledge base and hard skills. What differs is their self-introduction skill – it might really help you to stand out among others.
How to Crack Java Interview? The Best Resources Narrowed Down – this brief guide can help you revise the most popular interview questions for beginners and experts asked in small startups and large corporations.
Have some fun!
The Best Inspirational Movies About Computer Science – of course, Christmas is all around, but how about switching from holiday movies to cool movies related to coding, tech progress, and computer science?
The Most Popular Influencers in Java to Follow – subscribe to these YouTube and Twitter accounts to boost your learning.
Chip War and Six Other Fascinating Books To Boost Your Computer Science Knowledge – learning computer science and programming can – and should! – be fun! So let’s investigate interesting tech-related books. They aren’t study books, so you’ll combine pleasure and learning while reading them.