Creating my own coding bootcamp

Intro 2014 is a year of code for me. After having my job outsourced back in June 2013 I was quickly able to create a small business online using affiliate marketing. This has gone pretty well and I have gotten to the point where I can let that run and focus on code. While I have been learning code in bits and pieces throughout 2013, 2014 is the year where I will focus a lot more on creating apps, contributing to open source projects and at the end of 2014 I wish to be in the position to be employable as a back up but to start my own company focusing on topics that I’m interested in e.g Quantified Self So with time in my hands I can put aside as much or as little time as I want. For my own coding bootcamp I will be focusing on code around 30+ hours per week. When I started to learn code I was overwhelmed with just how much there is to learn. What I learned however is I have to be consistent with learning, learning 5 hours and leaving it 1 week doesn’t work for me. A lot like meditation you’ll get better results when you practice everyday rather than big sessions less frequently. The languages I’m going to learn are, HTML5, CSS3, Python (+Django), Ruby (+RoR), Javascript, Node.js I’ll be using various resources but my main online sources will be Team Treehouse, Code School, Coursea, Udemy and anything else I find on the web.   The Bootcamp While I have some experience (not much though!) I’ll first be...