Earlier this year I shared my professional goals for 2021. One of those goals was that I wanted to seek out more writing opportunities for other online publications.
While the crux of that goal was to get paid to write more, sometimes an opportunity comes along that is worth more than money.
If you’ve never heard of freeCodeCamp, they are a nonprofit community that helps you learn to code by building projects for other nonprofits. I’ve followed their story since around 2015, and I was really impressed by their curriculum, the way they teach, how varied the community is, and how much great coding content they put out.
So anyway, back to the Twitter conversation, his interest in PHP articles intrigued me, so I sent Quincy a DM, and we got to chatting about it.
Fast forward to 2021, and I’m happy to say that my first PHP related article on freeCodeCamp has been published:
My goal here is to introduce a new generation to all the fun things that are possible developing in PHP, while also sharing some useful knowledge bombs along the way. I plan to try and put out at least one PHP related article on freeCodeCamp every month.
If you like the post, please feel free to share it directly from the freeCodeCamp site.