Most resources for people who want to go their own way have issues
- They talk about the obvious things on the surface, but they Lack Substance
- They are either too Academic in nature … or they only Echo What People Want to Hear
- They make Crude Assumptions regarding your skill level and goals
- They want to Dump Their Content and be done with it
- They lack explanations and Fail To Provide The Reasoning behind decisions
- They only show Isolated Solutions for Isolated Problems and ignore The Other Skill, namely taming complexity
- They present Opinions As Facts
More often than not, your biggest issues are never addressed
- How do you avoid wasting time on outdated or wrong material?
- How do you know if you are cut out for it?
- How do you choose an entry point …
- … especially without closing any doors?
- How do you know if a goal or project is even feasible?
- Can you make victory pay at all?
- Maybe all low hanging fruits have already been picked?
- Can you even catch up with professionals who have started programming in their teens?
- How do you stand out and get noticed?
- You either have too many ideas, interests and visions – or too few.
- How do you respond to hostility on Social Platforms
DoByLearning is for people who feel that they need a better map for the maker world
- You can follow our Blog to see project progress and the reasoning behind key decisions
- You can sign up for the Mailing List
- You can support DoByLearning as a Patron and get access to a discussion board
- Once there is enough interest, there will be Open Online Workshops where teams tackle challenges
- Once there is enough interest, there will be additional content at
- FirstCodeContact.com – gentle introductions to coding technologies
- StartupExample.com – verbose documentation for maker projects