This week a really good private university in Brazil launched some FREE online courses in order to help the society here in Brazil. I’m currently unemployed but learning all that I can through FCC and the Odin Project. I’m on the projects to finish the third FCC course - frontend - and also just started the odin project. I’d like to how how can I use these course all together to become a employable guy. Here are the courses they’re using. Which could be a good timeline to follow in order to get the most out of it?
1 Blockchain advanced
2 Business Intelligence
3 Customer Experience Management
5 DeVops and Agile Culture
6 AI and Computational
8 User experience
The spectrum of the courses listed is extremely wide for any role in the tech industry, and each topic itself is deep enough to spend years mastering them. So what you will be learning are most likely introductory courses that are scratching the surface and quite a long way from being employable in any specific field. Add to the wide range of topics, these courses might sound fancy and cutting edge(besides python), but they are nonfundamental knowledge of computer science. It would be great if you are taking them as elective courses as an undergrad, but they don’t give you the flexibility on translating the domain knowledge into different CS areas.
Most importantly, really think through what specific field of tech that you would look forward to the most. Have your targets set on achieving the goals, then invest your time and energy cost-effectively.