What is No CS Degree?
No CS Degree is a collection of inspiring interviews with developers who are self-taught or have been to bootcamps. The common theme is they don't have a four year Computer Science degree.
What is the mission of No CS Degree?
To encourage people to learn to code without having to take on the time, debt and overly theoretical nature of a Computer Science degree. Getting a job as a developer can mean the difference between struggling with bills or building a prosperous future for you and your family. Therefore, No CS Degree aims to remove the barriers that stand in the way of good jobs in tech.
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Who runs No CS Degree?
My name is Pete, I live in Edinburgh and I am a self-taught developer. I have often find myself looking for inspiration from coders who don't have a Computer Science degree such as people that have either taught themselves or have gone to bootcamps.
My email is email@example.com
Can I make a guest post?
I do not accept guest blog posts from companies (other than coding bootcamps and tech companies). Please do not waste your time by emailing me 😀
How can I support No CS Degree?
How can I do an interview?
If you would like to be featured, please fill in this form or send an email with some information about yourself such as key achievements, how you learned, etc. Obviously the more interesting the better!
In terms of what "successful" means, you don't have to be a millionaire or anything like that. If you've obtained a software engineer job or just made a cool product which makes more than $1000 a month, please get in touch. A reminder - you must code yourself (hiring someone doesn't count) and you must not have a CS degree, a minor in CS or any other equivalent.
Does this website contain affiliate links?
In order to help fund this website I use affiliate links. This means that when you click on a course link, I get a finder's fee for bringing you there. This does not cost you the consumer any more! It just means the product provider gives me a percentage from their end. The courses mentioned are all ones that come up organically from answers that coders provide. Some interviews don't have any affiliate links and that is fine as well.
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