Author Archives for Mark Trego

About Mark Trego

Mark Trego is the Founder and CEO of Stone River eLearning, a publishing company for video training courses on programming and development.

How to Make Money While You Learn to Code

November 2, 2016 4:20 pm Published by

It’s no secret that learning to code takes time. While plenty of people have a natural flair for it and can build functioning apps or websites within a few weeks, there’s a lot of elbow grease required for others. No...

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How to Win your Dream Web Development Career

October 25, 2016 6:16 pm Published by

The best web developers in the world have pretty cool jobs. When they’re not building awesome things for the web they’re giving talks at cutting edge tech conferences, leading experimental open source projects, and enjoying their six figure salaries however...

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How to Become a Successful Freelance Programmer

October 12, 2016 6:15 pm Published by

So, you want to be a freelance programmer. Great! Freelance techies are always in high demand, especially web developers, software developers, designers and the like. Small companies often don’t have the workload to hire a programmer full-time, so they build...

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4 Easy Programming Languages For Complete Beginners

September 9, 2016 6:50 pm Published by

There’s a common misconception that programming languages are all different variations on the same basic principles. While there are certain qualities that are the same for every language, they all do very different things. Some are only suited to one...

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Highest Paying Programming Languages 2017

September 7, 2016 4:43 pm Published by

Despite what you may tell potential employers, money is the real reason why we all want jobs. Learning new skills, gaining professional experience and working on interesting projects is all great, don’t get us wrong. But at the end of...

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What is CLU Programming?

August 26, 2016 11:42 am Published by

Have you heard of CLU? It may lack the popularity of other languages like C+, Java and PHP, but CLU is still a widely used programming language. To learn more about CLU and its many feature, keep reading. Origins of...

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