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Becoming a Programmer Without Being A Computer Science Student is discussed in this article and we believe you’ll have more enough to learn.

I’ll be taking you all on the programming journey. Well many today think they won’t become a better programmer or developer without having passed through the computer science field. Well, this article will help us see if really you’ll need to pass through computer science to become a developer.

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Becoming a Programmer Without Being A Computer Science Student

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Before I get started, I am Alvin Uchenna full-stack JavaScript developer and you can ask me questions after this article by dropping a comment or reaching me via Twitter @ https://www.twitter.com/veri5ied.

Let’s roll…

Programming is the topic of the day and programmers are needed from day today. So let’s see what you’ll need to do to get started as a software developer or programmer.

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1. Find a mentor

The very first step you’ll need to do is to find a programming mentor. Even if you don’t have the means to talk to him, follow him up on several updates he gives and make a determination to be better than him. So that takes us to the next one (Determination)

2. Be determined

It doesn’t stop in having a mentor but determination follows. Be determined and set a goal for yourself.

3. Go for meetups

I find meetups as a way to boost my morale because meetups will expose you to so many people in the tech field. You’d come to see people like you, friendly, and are ready to give you a hand in programming.

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4. Start learning

Procrastinate your procrastination. That’s my favourite saying. Start learning what you want to learn without waiting for anyone. Series of tutorials are on YouTube, udemy, and much more.

5. Ask questions

No man knows all likewise myself, I make use of StackOverflow, and Google to get solutions to my problems. I ask my fellow programmers most times on ways I can approach or tackle a problem and I get an aid. Don’t be shy to ask questions, ask a lot of questions because you’ll learn a lot from asking questions.

Why not give these 5 points a try and see how it goes. You can have your cert in other fields and still progress massively as a programmer. Do well and don’t forget to procrastinate your procrastination.

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I still remain Alvin Uchenna and I’ll be giving you programming tips on this site as long as we keep living.

Thank you for reading through.

58 Comments on this article

  • Iamofficialjasd May 3, 2020

    Nice write-up, I can recommend this to friend to learn from it. Kudos to you.

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  • Bamideledavid May 3, 2020

    Thanks a lot

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  • Shologo May 3, 2020

    This post is an educative post

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  • wiGattap May 3, 2020

    Well….am a student…
    And what am studying is mathematics education …
    But i also love coding …so i downloaded an app called sololearn …which is helping me…i think with this 5 points above …i will improve better….thanks for the tips…

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  • Temiolori May 3, 2020

    Very educative

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  • Dorinda May 3, 2020

    Great

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  • Herdhex May 3, 2020

    Thanks for the info

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  • Kemefa May 3, 2020

    I try putting my password is not working

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  • Mrken May 3, 2020

    Great

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  • YellowBobo12 May 3, 2020

    A question here please. How easy is self-tutoring easy on the way to becoming a programer?

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    • Veri5ied May 4, 2020

      No road to programming is easy, just find what works best for you

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  • Olaiya Joseph May 3, 2020

    I really like this ….. Thanks

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  • Kaybee001 May 3, 2020

    Can you be my mentor

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    • Veri5ied May 4, 2020

      Sure, just text me on whatsapp or via the Twitter link

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  • Believe May 3, 2020

    Absolutely gorgeous and good

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  • Rashkidd May 3, 2020

    Thanks for the awesome article

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  • Marvisd9 May 3, 2020

    Thinking about that too

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  • Dharmkisz May 3, 2020

    This post is actually helpful cause I want to go the line of field but I’m not a computer science student
    Thanks a lot

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  • Babs25 May 3, 2020

    Waoh!
    I will love to know more

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  • Litty May 3, 2020

    This is great.

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  • Balings May 3, 2020

    Been a programmer was my dream but I figure it out that it’s some how difficult

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  • mrorder20 May 3, 2020

    Can this be possible now

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  • Yuslove May 3, 2020

    Good

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  • Tas May 3, 2020

    Cool

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  • Zion May 3, 2020

    This is not steps to become a programmer. It’s just normal methods for achieving success in your field.

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  • Eazy2 May 3, 2020

    Interesting, good piece of an idea

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  • Zamany May 3, 2020

    Good infor

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  • Gideon01 May 3, 2020

    Nice one

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  • DavyLee May 2, 2020

    Cool

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  • AlphaMEGA1717 May 2, 2020

    This is helpful and it good

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  • InstaNaija May 2, 2020

    Nice article

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  • Tohmmy May 2, 2020

    This post is really helpful

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  • Odionoziegbe May 2, 2020

    Awesome

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  • Gbemi4real May 2, 2020

    It so amazing

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  • Blackalbino May 2, 2020

    Thanks man

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  • Alphamajor May 2, 2020

    Great
    It’s informative and educating

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  • Ajewole2020 May 2, 2020

    Thanks for this, it’s really helpful

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  • Abang May 2, 2020

    Nice

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  • Ifisco May 2, 2020

    So where can one learn programming?

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  • Opeyemiabu May 2, 2020

    Thanks for this it will help me alot

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    • Excelbaba May 3, 2020

      This is one of the best post i have seen in this platform, I saw a reply to this same post saying becoming a programmer without being a computer science is difficult.

      No, it’s not difficult who ever will learn most learn and I have seen so many computer scientist who can’t even write a line of code, what will you say about such people?

      This post is indeed a nice one, Kudos bro

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  • Saviour123 May 2, 2020

    Good one bro, nice article

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  • Cutemayree May 2, 2020

    I found the above article very constructive.
    It was helpful.

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  • Emmywave May 2, 2020

    Great piece

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    • Tunedin May 3, 2020

      Before becoming a programmer.there are some technical ‘know hows’ one must know before diving into programming,and as for the meetups?,not everyone has the privilege to do that instead do some online research on what part of programming you want to dive into…there are tons of tutorial videos offered by renowned programming experts,pick the method you like and your good to go…..

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  • Bisolu May 2, 2020

    Interesting

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  • Abubakarrasheed May 2, 2020

    nice one

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  • Oluwatobiloba23 May 2, 2020

    This is a really intresting post

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  • Yusufdare May 2, 2020

    Nice post learning all this is a good idea

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  • Passiondavies May 2, 2020

    Becoming a programmer without being a computer science student I think it’s a bit difficult because there a theoretical aspect of programming that one has to understand and master which will help in the practical aspect. Yes it’s possible to be a programmer without being a computer science student if one is determined and ambitious enough to follow all the required step to becoming one. Thanks for the insight.

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    • Daflinch May 3, 2020

      Yes ooo,… A theoritical aspect that can’t be ignored but still, if you can read and write with determination you can learn if you start with languages like python

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  • Omar May 2, 2020

    Wow so nice…. Really learnt alot

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  • Akinsoji May 2, 2020

    God will help them

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  • Lisawealth May 2, 2020

    Great

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  • Akinsoji May 2, 2020

    I also think so

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