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General Discussion

How can I find a mentor?

I follow the videos here, read books, etc but I think it’d be beneficial to just have someone to ask real live questions to. Just little things to clarify when I’m stumped. Like more than just posting questions and hoping for the best.

Is there a resource like this?

One helpful resource is MeetUp.com. If you live in a city, there is likely a web development group of some sort that could be quite beneficial. Where I live, there are groups for all different levels, as well as groups dedicated to working together on projects.

I've met a number of people that have helped me along my journey by going to MeetUp groups.

Hope this helps!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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In addition to MeetUp (which is a commercial service) you might look for programming interest group announcements in libraries (public, community college, and local universities).