re: Principle Of Compounding Interest In Your Career VIEW POST

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I can totally relate to this story. Some years ago I was doing some work on very old Java frameworks and hated them. I stared learning ruby on rails at nights and weekends while doing side projects. Also, I started blogging. Recruiters find me because of the posts. I was able to land a much better job thanks to that and show my side projects as experience in that new programming language. Later I rode the all JavaScript train and started blogging about that. I received an offer to write a book with a publishing house and it was a great experience. So, things really compound and one take you to the next one. The key is to be consistent and always keep learning and sharing what you learn with others

 

Nice! It's pretty cool that you were able to pivot quite a number of times 💪

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