A Developer's Guide to Blogging

A Developer's Guide to Blogging

A Comprehensive Guide to Earning Extra Income through Blogging.

If you had asked me if I would ever make money from my blogging, I would have said no. I lack any special talent, gift, or even a writer to mentor me.

I’ve made more than $50,000 from writing in the last 2 years.

If I can make money from writing, you can too.

This is not your typical reference book. Instead, I’d like to show you that you can write a good technical blog and earn money with just a little bit of knowledge. I only cover topics of which I have firsthand knowledge. The majority of the information I provide here is irrelevant to those who believe in magic.

The Prime Guide:
for Next-Gen Developers

Topics Covered

Creating a Career Development Roadmap

Coming up with a sound career development roadmap is crucial for your future success. What are your interests, How do your interests line up with positions in your organization, People are a product of their environment.

Independent Mindsets are Essential

While there’s value in seeking assistance from others when crafting your career roadmap, your thoughts, beliefs, and desires are the most important things to consider. Nobody can determine them but you.

Think about it This Way

The person who will care the most about your career roadmap is you. Take it upon yourself to seek out job openings, develop appropriate skills, and gain a mentor most conducive to your goals and needs.

About the Author

Ankur Tyagi

I help people how to grow as a developer and how to make an impact on tech.

I’m here to help in your tech journey and make that as smooth as possible.

Whether you’re a fresh graduate or intermediate or senior dev. Or you’re looking to jump-start a new career, I’m here to help.

I’ve worked at companies such as Accenture, Globant, and Barclays Investment Bank.

As a developer, I went from a fresher to individual contributor & many senior and lead positions in my career. I worked across the stack but I love to code in JavaScript & Python.

As a senior, I mentored many developers, test automation developers with different experience levels and backgrounds.

I helped them to grow further, become more successful, and get promoted to the next level in their career.

I love to mentor and help people grow, this is one of the things that gave me the most happiness for the last two years.

Every developer needs a good mentor to grow.