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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by vheckthor1(m): 2:48pm On Jul 15
tensazangetsu20:

Bros it doesn't work that way in the tech industry. He himself can lose his job for recommending you. If you are applying to a lot of jobs and you aren't even getting interviews, check yourself. There's something you aren't doing right.

I have a job here I need a remote experience, I hope you can differentiate and about recomendations, what you said is not true, I have recommended people for my company and I am still at my job.
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by thenaijacoder(m): 3:44am On Jul 16
clockwisereport:


I thought u earn 500usd as stated in ur last post

It was later increased after i had a chat with the employer

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by clockwisereport: 6:46am On Jul 16
thenaijacoder:


It was later increased after i had a chat with the employer

ok. nice one bro.


you will do giveaway for nairalanders grin
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by spoilerx: 7:09am On Jul 16
vheckthor1:


I have a job here I need a remote experience, I hope you can differentiate and about recomendations, what you said is not true, I have recommended people for my company and I am still at my job.


hello , Android dev here .

how did u get d remote gig ?
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by samsard(m): 9:01am On Jul 16
clockwisereport:


ok. nice one bro.


you will do giveaway for nairalanders grin
I noticed this has become a trend in Nigeria always asking successful people for giveaway.

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by FahBuLous(m): 9:14am On Jul 16
thenaijacoder:

It was later increased after i had a chat with the employer
Good day... I think u are experienced, can I ask u some questions if u dont mind..

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by clockwisereport: 9:39am On Jul 16
samsard:
I noticed this has become a trend in Nigeria always asking successful people for giveaway.

There is hardly any thread without such pleas.

I always make use of the report button when I come across them
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by thenaijacoder(m): 2:52am On Jul 17
FahBuLous:

Good day...
I think u are experienced, can I ask u some questions if u dont mind..

Sure.

Shoot !!
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by FahBuLous(m): 9:39am On Jul 17
thenaijacoder:


Sure.

Shoot !!
Just the same questions I ask others, just to get answers from different angles...
1st, Is being a programmer hard?? 2nd, If you estimate, how long should I learn before being good
at programming.. 3rd, How much shud I budget bfr thinkinq of learning it? 4th, Where can I learn Programming? 5th, Is it a qood career for one to pursue? 6th, Am I sure of being employed after studying it?
7th, I am 23, is it too late for me to qo into programming?? (Full stack web development).
8th, What are the things I shud focus on as a full stack web developer??
Thank you for ur time..
God bless u
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Olalekank(m): 1:19pm On Jul 17
FahBuLous:

Just the same questions I ask others, just to get answers from different angles...
1st, Is being a programmer hard?? 2nd, If you estimate, how long should I learn before being good
at programming.. 3rd, How much shud I budget bfr thinkinq of learning it? 4th, Where can I learn Programming? 5th, Is it a qood career for one to pursue? 6th, Am I sure of being employed after studying it?
7th, I am 23, is it too late for me to qo into programming?? (Full stack web development).
8th, What are the things I shud focus on as a full stack web developer??
Thank you for ur time..
God bless u
You’ve asked this same question like 2 times in two weeks. Someone answered your question and you seemed to be satisfied with it.
If you want to start coding, you get to business and start writing code.

To answer your questions though
1. I wouldn’t say coding is hard. It depends on how you look at it. You would get frustrated from time to time.

2. I wouldn’t say “good”. Getting comfortable to be able to build projects using code should take between 1 and 6 months depending on how consistent you are.

3. What are the things you need? Budget like $10 for an introductory course for a start, a laptop, quality internet (and maybe food lol)

4. Online. You don’t have to meet anyone to learn or go to any “school”.

5. Lol

6. Are you sure of being employed? Yes. If you’re good enough

7. It’s never too late

8. Frontend and Backend development.
- Start with HTML and CSS. Go to dribbble.com and implement as many designs as you can using HTML and CSS. W3schools is a good starting point

- Learn about responsive web design using Flex and/or Grid, MediaQueries. Work on more projects from dribbble. Clone your favorite websites and make them responsive.
Please tell me Nairaland is not one of your favorite website

You can spend 1 & 1/2 month on the above

- Dive into JavaScript. Ensure to understand the intricacies

- Learn about the DOM. Work on projects that involve you “manipulating the DOM”. Learn about APIs and try calling in some endpoints in your code

Spend like 2 months (or a time up until you’re very comfortable with JavaScript ) on the above and ensure to be consistent

- Choose a Frontend framework like React/Vue. Understand it deeply and try to work on a couple of projects using your preferred framework. Try your legs in Redux (if you go with React), read about structuring projects properly. Read and read code on Github

At this point, you should be comfortable enough to land your first role as a Frontend developer

- With knowledge of JavaScript, you can pick up NodeJs/Express for the backend. When you get to this point, just Google what you need to know as a backend node developer. You would know better what to select.


Some things I would like you to note along the line:
- It is tempting to pick up Bootstrap once you start learning CSS. Don’t. It’s not advisable

- When you are learning JS, you might want to learn JQuery (which is now regarded as uncool) or React after a while. Don’t. Ensure to have a solid knowledge of JavaScript until you dive into a Framework

- You might be tempted to jump from language to language or framework to framework as a result of hype, Job posting, or anything. Don’t. Wait, learn one thing and stick with it until you are a master at it

- Read about git, understand its use and start pushing your code to GitHub from day 1

Wishing you the best in your tech journey

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by FahBuLous(m): 2:36pm On Jul 17
Olalekank:

You’ve asked this same question like 2 times in two weeks. Someone answered your question and you seemed to be satisfied with it.
If you want to start coding, you get to business and start writing code.

To answer your questions though
1. I wouldn’t say coding is hard. It depends on how you look at it. You would get frustrated from time to time.

2. I wouldn’t say “good”. Getting comfortable to be able to build projects using code should take between 1 and 6 months depending on how consistent you are.

3. What are the things you need? Budget like $10 for an introductory course for a start, a laptop, quality internet (and maybe food lol)

4. Online. You don’t have to meet anyone to learn or go to any “school”.

5. Lol

6. Are you sure of being employed? Yes. If you’re good enough

7. It’s never too late

8. Frontend and Backend development.
- Start with HTML and CSS. Go to dribbble.com and implement as many designs as you can using HTML and CSS. W3schools is a good starting point

- Learn about responsive web design using Flex and/or Grid, MediaQueries. Work on more projects from dribbble. Clone your favorite websites and make them responsive.
Please tell me Nairaland is not one of your favorite website

You can spend 1 & 1/2 month on the above

- Dive into JavaScript. Ensure to understand the intricacies

- Learn about the DOM. Work on projects that involve you “manipulating the DOM”. Learn about APIs and try calling in some endpoints in your code

Spend like 2 months (or a time up until you’re very comfortable with JavaScript ) on the above and ensure to be consistent

- Choose a Frontend framework like React/Vue. Understand it deeply and try to work on a couple of projects using your preferred framework. Try your legs in Redux (if you go with React), read about structuring projects properly. Read and read code on Github

At this point, you should be comfortable enough to land your first role as a Frontend developer

- With knowledge of JavaScript, you can pick up NodeJs/Express for the backend. When you get to this point, just Google what you need to know as a backend node developer. You would know better what to select.


Some things I would like you to note along the line:
- It is tempting to pick up Bootstrap once you start learning CSS. Don’t. It’s not advisable

- When you are learning JS, you might want to learn JQuery (which is now regarded as uncool) or React after a while. Don’t. Ensure to have a solid knowledge of JavaScript until you dive into a Framework

- You might be tempted to jump from language to language or framework to framework as a result of hype, Job posting, or anything. Don’t. Wait, learn one thing and stick with it until you are a master at it

- Read about git, understand its use and start pushing your code to GitHub from day 1

Wishing you the best in your tech journey
Thank you so much..
God bless you..

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by flyingpig: 3:00pm On Jul 17
Olalekank:

You’ve asked this same question like 2 times in two weeks. Someone answered your question and you seemed to be satisfied with it.
If you want to start coding, you get to business and start writing code.

To answer your questions though
1. I wouldn’t say coding is hard. It depends on how you look at it. You would get frustrated from time to time.

2. I wouldn’t say “good”. Getting comfortable to be able to build projects using code should take between 1 and 6 months depending on how consistent you are.

3. What are the things you need? Budget like $10 for an introductory course for a start, a laptop, quality internet (and maybe food lol)

4. Online. You don’t have to meet anyone to learn or go to any “school”.

5. Lol

6. Are you sure of being employed? Yes. If you’re good enough

7. It’s never too late

8. Frontend and Backend development.
- Start with HTML and CSS. Go to dribbble.com and implement as many designs as you can using HTML and CSS. W3schools is a good starting point

- Learn about responsive web design using Flex and/or Grid, MediaQueries. Work on more projects from dribbble. Clone your favorite websites and make them responsive.
Please tell me Nairaland is not one of your favorite website

You can spend 1 & 1/2 month on the above

- Dive into JavaScript. Ensure to understand the intricacies

- Learn about the DOM. Work on projects that involve you “manipulating the DOM”. Learn about APIs and try calling in some endpoints in your code

Spend like 2 months (or a time up until you’re very comfortable with JavaScript ) on the above and ensure to be consistent

- Choose a Frontend framework like React/Vue. Understand it deeply and try to work on a couple of projects using your preferred framework. Try your legs in Redux (if you go with React), read about structuring projects properly. Read and read code on Github

At this point, you should be comfortable enough to land your first role as a Frontend developer

- With knowledge of JavaScript, you can pick up NodeJs/Express for the backend. When you get to this point, just Google what you need to know as a backend node developer. You would know better what to select.


Some things I would like you to note along the line:
- It is tempting to pick up Bootstrap once you start learning CSS. Don’t. It’s not advisable

- When you are learning JS, you might want to learn JQuery (which is now regarded as uncool) or React after a while. Don’t. Ensure to have a solid knowledge of JavaScript until you dive into a Framework

- You might be tempted to jump from language to language or framework to framework as a result of hype, Job posting, or anything. Don’t. Wait, learn one thing and stick with it until you are a master at it

- Read about git, understand its use and start pushing your code to GitHub from day 1

Wishing you the best in your tech journey

Off topic

But i have a pressing issue

1. I want to set up a website where contents will be on animals, foreign policies, immigration, foods, education/research, health, sports, and have members share their views. Is what I need a blog or website?


2. Is legitimizing or monetizing a blog/website hard? What is the process that I can use to monetize it?

3. What is the average range of income for newly established website or blog? I see hundreds of blogs in Nigeria these days, most of them don't have comments or views, do they still generate money for the owners?

4. Is blogging/website still a lucrative venture? Too much competition and people are used to the famous ones only like nairaland and lindaikeji.

5. How much can it take to set up a blog and website individually.

6. Can i use a smartphone to operate my website or a blog individually ?

Thanks so much as you take time to answer my questions
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Franzinni: 4:51am On Jul 18
Many programmers in Nigeria love to talk the big talk like they can program heaven and earth but funny I know a guy who is a well paid "software" developer but on the low he just searches for readily available code online and boom nigga dey cash out from those who believe programing is for geniuses ... Bros programing no hard but Nigerian code monkeys would rather mystify it to discourage noobs hence discourage overcrowding..

I saw a thread where one dude wanted to teach C# ...I know CSharp as that is the tool that I need to do my work... I followed carefully and it didn't take too long to see the dude as with most programing tutors ...was just giving them GIGO level training for noobs ...if I didn't know that shi already , hearing those terms alone will just discourage me once.

Then again Its good because if not they will not respect us and fear us when they see horse hay-gain.
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by vheckthor1(m): 2:25pm On Jul 18
Franzinni:
Many programmers in Nigeria love to talk the big talk like they can program heaven and earth but funny I know a guy who is a well paid "software" developer but on the low he just searches for readily available code online and boom nigga dey cash out from those who believe programing is for geniuses ... Bros programing no hard but Nigerian code monkeys would rather mystify it to discourage noobs hence discourage overcrowding..

I saw a thread where one dude wanted to teach C# ...I know CSharp as that is the tool that I need to do my work... I followed carefully and it didn't take too long to see the dude as with most programing tutors ...was just giving them GIGO level training for noobs ...if I didn't know that shi already , hearing those terms alone will just discourage me once.

Then again Its good because if not they will not respect us and fear us when they see horse hay-gain.
while some of those stuff are true, know that software engineering is more than code copying, those code copiers might be making money but they can't compete in big leagues of true programmers, they are flukes who can't solve problems on their own

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by thenaijacoder(m): 2:45am On Jul 19
FahBuLous:

Just the same questions I ask others, just to get answers from different angles...
1st, Is being a programmer hard?? 2nd, If you estimate, how long should I learn before being good
at programming.. 3rd, How much shud I budget bfr thinkinq of learning it? 4th, Where can I learn Programming? 5th, Is it a qood career for one to pursue? 6th, Am I sure of being employed after studying it?
7th, I am 23, is it too late for me to qo into programming?? (Full stack web development).
8th, What are the things I shud focus on as a full stack web developer??
Thank you for ur time..
God bless u

1. Programming isn't that hard if you are learning or doing it the right way.
2. It depends on what you are learning and how much you are willing to learn it. It should take about 6 months or more.
3. You could attend programming schools but better still there are lot of free tutorials and courses that teaches programming on the internet like Udemy, freeCodeCamp and others.
4. Like I said there are lot of places like Udemy, Codecademy, Oreilly Media, freeCodeCamp, SkillShare, Treehouse etc.
5. There are lots of careers under programming and you should know what aspect you want to pursue.
6. Certain. You just have to know what you are doing and have good amount of experience on it.
7. It is never too late to learn programming. I have seen people who learnt programming at age 39 and got a job the following years.
8. Frontend , Backend, Cloud, Database and Software Engineering development

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Miraj22(f): 1:02pm On Jul 19
thenaijacoder:


It was later increased after i had a chat with the employer
Wow congratulations
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by kingsangoda: 8:34pm On Jul 19
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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by kingsangoda: 8:37pm On Jul 19
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Jxmmi90(m): 9:36am On Jul 21
thenaijacoder:


1. Programming isn't that hard if you are learning or doing it the right way.
2. It depends on what you are learning and how much you are willing to learn it. It should take about 6 months or more.
3. You could attend programming schools but better still there are lot of free tutorials and courses that teaches programming on the internet like Udemy, freeCodeCamp and others.
4. Like I said there are lot of places like Udemy, Codecademy, Oreilly Media, freeCodeCamp, SkillShare, Treehouse etc.
5. There are lots of careers under programming and you should know what aspect you want to pursue.
6. Certain. You just have to know what you are doing and have good amount of experience on it.
7. It is never too late to learn programming. I have seen people who learnt programming at age 39 and got a job the following years.
8. Frontend , Backend, Cloud, Database and Software Engineering development


please I have been observing your comments and I most say u encourage ppl a lot...I'm currently studying sociology but scaling how Nigeria is ..I don't have a hope with my course.I've realised I have this flame for programming but I am scared that because I didn't do further mathematics or rather I will say because I don't like maths that I won't be good in programming.
(1)Do one really need a knowledge in mathematics bfor venturing into programming.
(2) is a knowledge of engineering important.
(3) can one really be good at programming without having any form of physical tutor.
(4)what and what are the tools are needed to start and how much will it take me to gather the tools including laptop *pls I'm still a struggling, hustling student oo*
(5)do tech firm require educational certificates wen considering employing workers .
(6)how long will it last if I go to a tech college and do u know how much they charge?
(7)ah bros life hard normal..been a Nigerian makes it harder..it is said that been a Nigerian makes one handicapped automatically..how much does a programmer earn in Nigeria here .
(coolI will like to know u better. can I send u a mail?
if yes can I have ur email address.
thanks
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by zone51: 8:18am On Jul 23
Jxmmi90:


How much does a programmer earn in Nigeria here

I will like to know u better. can I send u a mail?
if yes can I have ur email address.
thanks

Learning programming is one thing, making use of it is another thing. It's what you do with it that will determine how much you earn, no fixed price.

Danny Okec, the owner of realnaps.com learnt programming few years back and channel his energy to automating vfl strategy that he knows and he's making hundreds of millions from it today, he is not working for anyone, he works for himself and it pays off.

Timi Ajiboye, the owner of buycoins.africa & send cash.africa dropped out from Unilag according to him, his platforms have transacted hundreds of millions of dollars over the months and you know, more transaction, more commission for him.

Seun Osewa, the owner of Nairaland "left" OAU in his final semester with a first class CGPA, but see the money he's making today.

So the bottom line is, it's what you do with the language you learn that determines how you are paid.

Meanwhile, I received the notification that you have been trying to message me, unfortunately, I don't use the email again, can't remember the password.

Let us talk here.
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Jxmmi90(m): 8:50am On Jul 23
zone51:


Learning programming is one thing, making use of it is another thing. It's what you do with it that will determine how much you earn, no fixed price.

Danny Okec, the owner of realnaps.com learnt programming few years back and channel his energy to automating vfl strategy that he knows and he's making hundreds of millions from it today, he is not working for anyone, he works for himself and it pays off.

Timi Ajiboye, the owner of buycoins.africa & send cash.africa dropped out from Unilag according to him, his platforms have transacted hundreds of millions of dollars over the months and you know, more transaction, more commission for him.

Seun Osewa, the owner of Nairaland "left" OAU in his final semester with a first class CGPA, but see the money he's making today.

So the bottom line is, it's what you do with the language you learn that determines how you are paid.

Meanwhile, I received the notification that you have been trying to message me, unfortunately, I don't use the email again, can't remember the password.

Let us talk here.


OK sir....I will like to have a one on one close conversation with u though...
can u pls enlighten me more about programming and its components and tools ..
I want to know what it takes to be a programmer sir..
what I will need and the duration
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by oweniwe(m): 9:00am On Jul 23
ProfAmaben:


Any programmer that doesn't practice for a minimum of 4hrs daily, should kindly reevaluate his career path.

Light o.


This is Nigeria. If you're not based in state capital or major town, no light at all

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by ProfAmaben: 9:19am On Jul 23
oweniwe:


Light o.


This is Nigeria. If you're not based in state capital or major town, no light at all

Yes o, it's quite unfortunate but coding doesn't understand that issue. Every second, a new technology is coming out and you have to keep practicing and getting proficient in the one you already know. Sad reality.
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by zone51: 11:41am On Jul 23
Jxmmi90:



OK sir....I will like to have a one on one close conversation with u though...
can u pls enlighten me more about programming and its components and tools ..
I want to know what it takes to be a programmer sir..
what I will need and the duration

Programming can simply be defined as the art of giving instructions to computer to carry out various functions at any requested time either monitored or not.

There are various instructions (programming languages)tailored to suit different functions
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Jxmmi90(m): 2:14pm On Jul 23
zone51:


Programming can simply be defined as the art of giving instructions to computer to carry out various functions at any requested time either monitored or not.

There are various instructions (programming languages)tailored to suit different functions


OK sir...what are the basics...I don't have any qualification in mathematics neither is my area of study .I'm currently studying sociology will it have any effect on me learning programming
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by Etinosa1234: 5:45pm On Jul 23
Jxmmi90:



OK sir...what are the basics...I don't have any qualification in mathematics neither is my area of study .I'm currently studying sociology will it have any effect on me learning programming
nope
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by zone51: 7:24am On Jul 27
Jxmmi90:



OK sir...what are the basics...I don't have any qualification in mathematics neither is my area of study .I'm currently studying sociology will it have any effect on me learning programming

No it won't affect you, the basics is your determination to learn. There are enough videos on Udemy, Edx & Coursera that will help you start.
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by TheManOfTheYear: 1:25pm On Jul 27
thenaijacoder:


I work at an AI company that is into offering home management services and gadgets to customers. It is currently located at Austin, Texas in the United States. I work as a fullstack software engineer where i managed both the frontend and the backend aspect of the web application.

I get paid $2,500 monthly due to the fact i am working remotely. Hope this helps..
Hey bro, seems you finally got a raise.
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by FahBuLous(m): 7:57pm On Jul 27
pcguru1:


my boss knows am on Nairaland , however mentioning pay scale is a tricky and touchy topic. it cost me nothing to tell you, you can personally i'd tell you not on a public forum. even of my staff had an article written on him on techcabal a very touching topic, and the company we worked for was mentioned, it was a serious issue. 120/130k hmmmm that's not bad it depends on your experience and relevance to the company. but then again you would get better in Konga/Andela but i never take jobs because of how much i can earn but what type of experience i can gain from the company. If not i'd be working for Andela. Experience with hardcore tools matter to me, you can never have enough money anyway.
Pls how long did you learn programming before being employed??
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by pcguru1(m): 8:21pm On Jul 27
FahBuLous:

Pls how long did you learn programming before being employed??
A year or 2 because I was reading everyday for 2 years , I held myself back from applying , do a mini project and start applying from there. No do todo app o, build something reasonable and it will be easy convincing employers.

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Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by FahBuLous(m): 8:26pm On Jul 27
pcguru1:
A year or 2 because I was reading everyday for 2 years , I held myself back from applying , do a mini project and start applying from there. No do todo app o, build something reasonable and it will be easy convincing employers.
I just wish i had someone to gimme a run on everything i need to know wuthout leaving anything out cus i really have passion for web development and i want to pursue a career from next year but i dont just know how to go about the whole thing, can you help me pls?
Re: Dear Programmer In Nigeria: How Much Is Your Salary? by pcguru1(m): 8:29pm On Jul 27
FahBuLous:

I just wish i had someone to gimme a run on everything i need to know wuthout leaving anything out cus i really have passion for web development and i want to pursue a career from next year but i dont just know how to go about the whole thing, can you help me pls?

Sure maybe I will create a thread here assuming Seun doesn't block me cuz of links , I noticed I get asked alot that question

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