March 9, 2020
This podcast contains my thoughts on and motivation for my women colleagues, address my users that need help with programming homework, and talks about my progress so far. Thanks for listening. Check out the on YouTube. @jesushilarioh
February 19, 2020
"Know your worth! You are valuable - Programmer Motivation (Encouragement)" How much do you value yourself and your skill as a programmer? Don't let rejection at the job interview define you! In this podcast, I share with you some truths and encouragement that I'd wish I heard in my college and career years. Hope this help! Let me know if this video was helpful and if you'd like to see more videos like this one.
YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/uudrPCRrY3k
About Me: I enjoy teaching and spreading knowledge of the things that I am passionate about. I am a husband, a father, far from perfect, and striving to be better every day. Thank you for taking an interest in what I do!
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February 8, 2020
Stop with the excuses and do. All talk, no work = no success. Get to work! @jesushilarioh
January 19, 2020
Sharing my journey, in vlogs, in becoming a software developer from being a truck driver. The Video. My Links.
January 16, 2020
5 Tips - Encouragement (Motivation) for Programmers. https://jesushilarioh.com/links
January 1, 2020
Hey y'all, just wanted to encourage you if you've been watching my programming videos. In this podcast I encourage you on your journey in learning to code. jesushilarioh.com/links
October 9, 2019
Hey y’all, I’ve been noticing a recent amount of comments, and have received some feedback through email, regarding some of y’all using my resources to cheat. Not cool!
I understand that cheating will happen, not just in programming but in many areas of life, and I myself, in my younger years used to cheat in classes to get by. Further, I’ve learned that cheating is bad. It’s not good. So, stop!
Now, I know that this will go in through one ear and out the other, for some. However, those of you who are genuinely using these blog posts and videos to learn and to help you in your journey in learning to code, good for you. I have a lot of respect for you! Thank you for using these resources the way they should be used.
Blog Post Here!