The key to success is a simple action plan, creating value and connecting with people.
I am Simon, 26 years old from Germany, Teamlead Mobile & Frontend + Software Developer. I am blogging on Devdactic about Software development, trends and all kind of useful information to build great pieces of code and a successful blog!
While making apps is my daily business, teaching those skills is my hobby. I like to present the best possible solution for problems, so others can skip the hard part and focus on the work that matters.
Whenever you need help along the course, I will try to find a solution for your problem.
When I started blogging, I wasn't sure what to expect, because I thought it was way too late. Seems like I was damn wrong!
On Devdactic I have build a great active Audience simply by presenting my development skills and cool stuff regularly. I created my first online products and courses with nearly no experience and people bought stuff from me.
People ask me how to do the same, because it feels like there is more than enough information out there already. This is true, but think about:
Why are there countless books in a bookstore about the same topic? Why do people still write new cookbooks if there are already tons of them out there?
Because there is space for your special point of view!
You have an unique voice, and people want to hear new stories, see new material and you can give it the spin it needs to become a success.
What you will get with Developer Blogstar:
I wish this course existed back when I started, because I could have saved countless hours of trying to work things out.
Not everything people teach apply to all areas, and this counts especially in the Development area. There is certain advice that works, and other that doesn't. And I went for trial&error, loosing countless hours on bullshit that doesn't matter at all.
This is exactly the reason why I created this course:
Developer Blogstar is a Step-by-Step guide to build a successful software development Blog which supports your career, income and life.