My Goal is to Help You Build a Career You Love

The Programming Profit Formula is a course and mentorship program that is aimed at helping people with little to no experience learn about the development field, discover their hidden problem solving skills, and transition into a lucrative career.

Shouldn't You Enjoy What You Do Every Day?

Too many people are stuck in jobs they hate working for bosses they don't respect and being treated worse than they deserve.

I want to help you change that.

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Do You Need a Degree To Work as a Software Developer?

STEM Degrees (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) are growing in popularity and on job postings. 

If you want to work in this lucrative field, do you need to go back to school or get a new degree? 


Working Remote: The Average Day

Working remotely is an exceptional benefit to working in the Software Development profession. Many companies allow part-time, full-time, or blended when it comes to working from home. 

So what does the average day look like for a remote employee?

Covid-19 + Software Development 

Countless people are out of work. Many more are considered essential despite having paychecks that say otherwise. Yet even more are trying to figure out new skills and trade skills to change their professions.

In this video, we delve into how this global pandemic has changed & affected the industry. 


The Curious Link Between Programmers and Musicians

A disproportionately large number of programmers are also musicians in some form. Whether they played an instrument years ago, play one currently, learned how to read sheet music, or just love making music, there is a good chance that if you are musically inclined, that you would be good at programming. 

So why is that a thing? That's what we explore in this video.


The Japanese idea of Ikigai (Life's worth) is a fascinating study in finding joy in your life through self-discovery. People often spend their entire lives trying to figure out what they want to do with them and few ever find their true calling. 

My calling in life is to build and create, which is what led me to programming; but what about you? Let's explore this concept of Ikigai and see if we can discover yours.


Start a career where you are paid what you deserve.

Software developers make upwards of $100,000 with only a few short years of experience. This course prepares you to become a developer in as little as 6 months and requires zero prior experience.

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Wondering if the programming career is for you?
Curious if this field suits you?
Enjoy our course for 14 days for free.