I am new (When can I become a developer?)

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I am new (When can I become a developer?)
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I want to be a blockchain developer. I am very new on the field. With an active study, when I become a developer and earn money. One more thing, what do you suggest in addition to Blockgeeks?
Reading books?
Sites to spend time etc 
Thank you very much.

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learning tracks that are designed for all stages of blockchain enthusiasts. I would recommend you start off with the non-technical introduction course to get a grasp on the blockchain technology before diving into the learning tracks. Complete all the tracks and try giving the blockdegree exam for Ethereum, that should make you confident enough to enter the job market for entry-level positions. As for books, you should look into some by Andreas Antonopoulos, specifically Mastering Bitcoin. It's one of the best books out there for beginners to get a good understanding on the topic. And a non-fic side read option, Life After Google to build up an understanding on the technology's applicability. No specific website, though you should tune into news related to blockchain and cryptos to stay up to date, explore websites of up and coming projects in this space and check out github repos of open-source projects. Try to contribute to them and develop your own solutions to post on github. Definitely a good skill that can get you hired. Additionally, you should look into expanding your programming skills. Get a good grasp on JavaScript, solidity, C#, GoLang.

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Hi Onur!

Welcome to Blockgeeks! You can find our curated learning tracks that are designed for all stages of blockchain enthusiasts. I would recommend you start off with the non-technical introduction course to get a grasp on the blockchain technology before diving into the learning tracks. Complete all the tracks and try giving the blockdegree exam for Ethereum, that should make you confident enough to enter the job market for entry-level positions.

As for books, you should look into some by Andreas Antonopoulos, specifically Mastering Bitcoin. It’s one of the best books out there for beginners to get a good understanding on the topic. And a non-fic side read option, Life After Google to build up an understanding on the technology’s applicability.

No specific website, though you should tune into news related to blockchain and cryptos to stay up to date, explore websites of up and coming projects in this space and check out github repos of open-source projects. Try to contribute to them and develop your own solutions to post on github. Definitely a good skill that can get you hired.

Additionally, you should look into expanding your programming skills. Get a good grasp on JavaScript, solidity, C#, GoLang.

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