I help engineers to become backend Python/Django developers so they can increase their income
Prior to your current job in IT, you probably didn’t have any technical experience and it was the only one you could get hired at. You’re working as an engineer now, but feel unsatisfied about doing repetitive tasks?
❌ You have already lost a couple of years dabbling around in a low-level IT position dreaming to become a Python developer?
❌.. You understand your job is not demanded by the market and eventually, you will have to learn to code in Python?
❌ You have already taken a couple of Python Linkedin or Udemy online courses, but didn’t create anything you could include in your portfolio?
My name is Roberts Greibers and I help engineers to become Python/Django developers.
Over the years, I’ve gone through countless hours of trial and error, working on both sides of web development projects – frontend and backend, collecting “coding patterns” and “best solutions” to building real-life projects.
To this day, I’m actively involved in developing modern REST API systems built with Python and Django.
But when I first started, I was in the EXACT same situation as you, working in manual testing (Quality Assurance).
The good thing about my journey?
I have figured out all the steps you need to take in order to become a Python/Django developer.
What are the benefits of becoming a backend Python/Django developer?
- You’ll be highly demanded by tech companies on a weekly basis (Check out the “featured” section on my Linkedin profile)
- You’ll be highly paid. (Developer profession is rated as top 5 high-paying job in most countries)
- You’ll be able to work remotely from anywhere, all you need is a good Wi-Fi connection and a quiet place.
How Yuliia Got Hired As A Python Developer (Full Story)
Here’s a blog post with a full story of how Yuliia managed to become a Python developer within just 6 months and a couple of weeks. Click on the image to read the post.👇🏻
Live Mentoring Call With Students
Every week I’m having calls with Python Mentoring students – debugging code and conducting code reviews.
I’m answering all the Python questions that students have come up with during the week.
Here’s a small cut from one of the recent calls. 👇🏻
After helping students deal with all the difficult development situations, and teaching them the RIGHT tools for debugging, the appreciation is high.
I’ve received a lot of good feedback about the whole Python Mentoring process, here are some of the screenshots of the messages that students have sent in. 👇🏻
Another Cut From A Call With A Student
Most courses will fill their content with nonsense and long talks.
They’ll give you very little practical advice.
Python mentoring is focused on giving you only the practical steps to take.
We’re cutting out all the nonsense and just focusing on coding and moving you closer to actually getting hired as a developer. 👇🏻
Have trouble learning Python? 🪲
Join a free Discord server and tell me about your situation – I’ll see if I can help you out. Invite yourself to the Discord server by clicking on the Join Discord button below 👇🏻