If there is one thing I regret from my early days of learning about front-end development, it is not getting involved with an open-source project. Even if your skillset is intermediate at best, I feel it is important to get a ‘real world’ feel of the work of a software developer to overcome imposter syndrome. It gives you the option to test your aptitude and learn from other team members within the project.

Note: If you’re a complete beginner in coding then I still feel just doing a free crash course in the basics and building some small projects with…

Tommy Jackson

Mad about software, open source, technology, digital nomad life styles.

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