Web Development: A Journey of Continuous Learning

HyperionDev alumnus Connor Gladwin shares experiences from his own journey as a web developer as well as his personal tips on how to keep your skills sharp in the ever-evolving world of coding.

As a web developer, you never stop learning. There are always new languages and competencies to be mastered.  HyperionDev alumnus, Connor Gladwin, shares experiences and learnings from his own journey in web development, as well as his thoughts on why

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Lolontle Moatshe: How to stay motivated as a part-time developer

Doing developer work and staying motivated in developing your career and technical skills can be hard, especially when deadlines are tight and code needs writing. HyperionDev alumnus Lolontle Moatshe shares his fresh perspective on staying motivated in your coding education and career.

Staying motivated as a part-time developer is a difficult thing. Your motivation to continue to learn coding comes and goes, especially when the daily challenges of modern life get in the way. Managing your time, passion, and love for the

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Student Spotlight: Kwanele Ndenze – Full Stack Web Development student

In this student spotlight, we introduce you to Full Stack Web Developer bootcamp student Kwanele Ndenze, who recently won a bursary to learn to code at HyperionDev. Already hard at work on his bootcamp, Kwanele hopes to learn skills that will unlock his full career potential, give him an exciting career, and allow him to be his own boss.

Kwanele Ndenze knew that he wanted to learn to code. While looking for jobs that would bring him a bright future, Kwanele realised that essential tech skills would be at the heart of not just the best jobs vacancies he

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What is full stack web development, and what does a full stack developer do?

A short look into what full stack web developers do for a living, how much they earn, and the skills and path you should take if you’re looking to become one.

In 2020, more businesses and companies went online and remote than any time in human history. Brick and mortar stores became online shops; boardroom meetings became online syncs; and even things as simple as buying groceries were increasingly done online. 

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