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I’ve had several friends and family over the years ask if I could help them get into the software/web development field and decided to try to do something about the request. The result is the “So You Want To Be A Web Developer?” workshop series.

This is the first workshop in a series that will cover core web development technologies that you’d need to know to get into this type of job. Learning these core technologies can absolutely impact your career and potentially (if you apply yourself and study hard) lead to a job in the software industry. It’s an exciting time to be a software developer! There are many jobs, many locations to choose from, and many jobs that even let you work from home. Even if you don’t aim to change careers, learning these technologies can help you in your current career, help you make some extra money on the side, or provide you with a new hobby.

These workshops are “on the fly” and unscripted. My goal is to share some of the knowledge I’ve learned over 20+ years in the industry to hopefully impact others’ careers.

The hands-on exercises for this workshop can be found at

Dan Wahlin founded Wahlin Consulting ( which provides training, architecture, and mentoring services on Web technologies such as Angular, React, Node.js, Express, JavaScript, TypeScript, C#, ASP.NET Core, Web API, Microservices, and Docker. He’s also published multiple development courses on Pluralsight.com and Udemy.com. Dan is a Docker Captain, Google GDE, Microsoft MVP and Regional Director and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world. Dan has written several books on Web technologies, hundreds of technical articles and blog posts ( and runs the “Code with Dan Web Development Newsletter” – a great way to stay up on the latest technologies. Follow Dan on Twitter @DanWahlin.


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