Video Series: Learning to Code with Confidence

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Lacking confidence in your ability to write algorithms?

Not remembering what you learn?

Feeling kinda defeated? 🙁

New coders struggle with confidence. Without confidence, you’ll almost certainly face some big time obstacles through your education—I sure as hell did.

And it’s VERY hard to have confidence when you struggle with learning and problem solving skills. Writing good, functional code requires good planning! And hiring companies require good, functional code.

The problem is compounded by poor learning and study skills, which just stress you out and leave you wanting to abandon coding altogether.

You’re not alone, and I’m going to understand the areas in which you may be lacking. Fix these, and you’ll fix your confidence!

In this 5-day, 3-part video series, you’ll learn:

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Valuable problem-solving tips that will help you approach coding problems more easily

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Brain hacks to help you actually hold onto the information you learn

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What you need to build a solid understanding of the web dev world, and how it works

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Sign up now to access your first video!

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    About Nicole

    Nicole Archambault is a Boston area Front-End Web Developer and entrepreneur.

    Her entire career is centered on optimizing the experience of those who choose to teach themselves programming skills in lieu of a more traditional academic setting, or bootcamp.

    She has received several awards and recognitions through her work in the developer community, including freeCodeCamp Top Contributor, and has been featured as a Treehouse Success Story. She has been teaching everything she knows through her site, La Vie en Code, via the LVEC Blog and LVEC Podcast.

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    About your instructor

    Nicole Archambault is a Boston area Front-End Web Developer and entrepreneur.

    Her entire career is centered on optimizing the experience of those who choose to teach themselves programming skills in lieu of a more traditional academic setting, or bootcamp.

    She has received several awards and recognitions through her work in the developer community, including freeCodeCamp Top Contributor, and has been featured as a Treehouse Success Story. She has been teaching everything she knows through her site, La Vie en Code, via the LVEC Blog and LVEC Podcast.

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    About your instructor

    Nicole Archambault is a Boston area Front-End Web Developer and entrepreneur.

    Her entire career is centered on optimizing the experience of those who choose to teach themselves programming skills in lieu of a more traditional academic setting, or bootcamp.

    She has received several awards and recognitions through her work in the developer community, including freeCodeCamp Top Contributor, and has been featured as a Treehouse Success Story. She has been teaching everything she knows through her site, La Vie en Code, via the LVEC Blog and LVEC Podcast.

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