Intro to how to make money from blogging for beginners In today’s article, we will talk about how to make money from blogging for beginners.
It’s the first part of the 13 easy ideas about how to make money with programming, all of them you can find here:
13 easy ideas how to make money with programming without big effortThese will not be chronologically, and I will add them in the order like you (our readers) will like the best.
In this article, I’m going to continue with the ideas for your portfolio, today with React.js projects for beginners. In previous weeks, I’ve published two articles with project ideas for a front-end developer portfolio.
I’ve started by providing you 11 HTML project ideas for beginners, so you can practice essential skills you’ve got in your career path.
Intro to how to use Recurrent Neural Network In today’s episode of the Python course with AI, we will use the Recurrent Neural Network, we will learn how to make predictions with AI, and we will predict the prices. Last episodes you can find here: Lesson 3 – How to create and train AI: Python course with building a fintech investment AI – Lesson 3: How to build and train AI Lesson 2 – How to find financial data and how to use Pandas: Python course with building a fintech investment AI – Lesson 2: Pandas and getting financial data Lesson 1 – Prepare the AI project: Python course with building a fintech investment AI – Lesson 1: Start the project In the fourth lesson of the AI course, we will use the AI that we created in the previous episode.
Intro to how to build AI In today’s episode of the Python with AI course, we will learn how to build AI and how to train AI.
Last episodes you can find here:
Lesson 2 - How to find financial data and how to use Pandas:
Python course with building a fintech investment AI – Lesson 2: Pandas and getting financial data
Lesson 1 - Prepare the AI project:
Intro to Flutter Course Flutter is a framework to build mobile applications for Android and iOS using Dart programming language. Flutter was made by Google developers, and now it’s the main competitor of React Native.
As a front-end developer, I’ve already worked with React Native, and I have an idea of how it works, but Flutter was a mystery that I wanted to discover. So, I did, and that’s why today I’d like to show you how cool Flutter is, and how comfortable it’s to work with this tool.
In the previous week, I’ve published the second lesson of the Node.js Course, where we created registration and saved new users in our database.
If you would like to be updated, feel free to go back to the lesson one and follow up or get the first lesson code from our Github.
Today I’m going to refactor the code we’ve created for user registration to create a response which our API will send as a result.
For almost three weeks, we are creating an Angular 9 fintech application together, step by step.
We’ve already gone through the setting the project and creating a login form template, then we’ve created the logic for our login form, and last week we displayed user data in the template.
Today, it’s time for lesson 4, where we will handle user registration.
If you didn’t start with me, feel free to go through all the lessons until now.
Intro to Golang user authentication In Lesson 4 of the Golang course, we will talk about user authentication and banking transactions. In the previous episodes of the course, we learned how to do migrations: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 1: Start the project We learned how to do user login: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 2: Login and REST API And, we learned how to do user registration: Golang course with building a fintech banking app – Lesson 3: User registration As well you need to remember about Angular 9 course created by my friend Anna: Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS – Lesson 1: Start the project Today, we can focus on something crazy interesting, that is one of the main functionality in our project.
Intro Today I will show you how to write a resume for an IT job. In the few last episodes, we started focusing on learning coding from these courses: Golang course with building a fintech banking app
Node.js course with building a fintech banking app
Angular Course with building a banking application with Tailwind CSS
Python course with building a fintech investment AI
But what next after you will master your coding skills?
I know how hard it may be to find some nice ideas to build projects when you would like to practice the skills you’ve just got but don’t create another boring todo list.