It’s like learning a new language. You might be able to read some Spanish and learn basic phrases in six to nine months. However, you’re probably far off from writing your own novel in Spanish.
For example, Airbnb built its website with the ReactJS framework. With it, Airbnb provides real-time updates on booking availability. It also creates dynamic search filters and interactive maps.
- Interactive charts and data visualization
- Drawing applications
- Image galleries
- Interactive maps
- Recipe apps
If you have prior programming experience, you can do basic coding tasks in a few weeks to months. However, it takes most people six to nine months to become fluent in the language.
1. Start with HTML and CSS
3. Set goals for yourself and learning
You can start by researching the skills you need for your desired job. For example, you might also want to learn SQL or practice debugging your applications. Once you’ve made a list of skills, you can focus on building relevant projects that align with your goals.
- A random story prompt generator
- Hex color app to change the color of web pages
- A BMI calculator
- An app for basic games like tic tac toe
- An interactive grocery list that lets you check off items
- A clock counting down to your birthday
You can also find free project briefs on websites like Github and Medium.
5. Get feedback from mentors and fellow Developers
Additionally, you can network with current tech professionals by attending coding events.
6. Build your coding skills with a tech apprenticeship
To become a Multiverse apprentice, fill out our easy application(opens new window). Multiverse provides tuition-free, paid apprenticeships, but you must be over 18 and not hold a Bachelor’s degree. We’ll review your application and reach out to you to understand your career goals and apprenticeship opportunities.