3 Things That Will Make You See Learning Code Differently

  1. Does taking an online lessons make sense or am I biased due to my non programming background towards what I should be doing to become a data scientist?
  2. Do my fellow French people see things differently that other respondents?
  3. Is Learning Code going to increase my career satisfaction?

Are non-programming professionals biased toward what they should be doing to become a data scientist?

Recommended learning method depending on background
  1. There is probably a misconception from people with non programming background on what an online coding competition would bring. I have heard of hackathons, sounds cool, I bet that would be a good way to learn… well, even if it still ranks in the top 10 it might be good to have the perspective of a developer on that topic.
  2. Conferences/meetups and Getting a job as QA tester are slightly overlooked by people with no programming background. That is as well worth having an actual conversation on that with a developer to understand the benefit.

Do French people see things differently?

France perception vs. Rest of the World

Is learning code going to increase my career satisfaction?

Conclusion

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