Changing your career later in life, can yield many benefits. Some of the main reasons for changing career, are to pursue a new passion, get out of a dead end job, or learn a new skill set to name a few.
However, thanks to many digital skills training programs out there, learning a new skill couldn’t be easier, especially in the field of web development. To many it seems that web development and coding is a skill that has to be picked up in teen years and built upon, but that is not the case. However, if you need that little push in the right direction, this infographic from Varooma will certainly get you on your way.
What’s in the infographic?
- How to become a web developer later in life
- 5 Steps on how to become a web developer
- Become a contributor on online communities
How to Become a Web Developer Later in Life [Infographic] courtesy of Varooma
Ben, one of our very own web development ninja’s began his career in web development at the tender age of 25 after many years spent in a completely different career as a teacher. Ben’s core passion had always been in the web, especially the development side. 8 years on, he’s now the team leader of a full service digital agency in the heart of Nottinghamshire.
Have you changed careers to join the web industry? Let us know, we’d love to hear your story.