Who is this for?
- You are just getting started with IT and software development
- You want to discover key concepts and expand your knowledge
- You want to understand different subdomains of IT like Architecture, Design, Coding, Front-end/Back-end development, Security, Infrastructure, Project, and Product Management
- You want to progress and become a senior developer or a technical leader
- You want to learn fast from trusted sources, and avoid wasting time with low quality content
IT and software development are vast and complex topics. You could spend your entire life learning, and not yet know all that much. They're also ever-evolving and ever-changing. You are busy, and you don't want to miss out on key concepts. Given how many low-quality resources are out there, you want to avoid wasting time figuring out who you can trust with your time.
What is this?
I've been passionate about computers, IT and software development since I was 7-8 years old (30+ years ago!!). I've spent countless hours learning about new things. I'm a proud software crafter, coach/mentor, open-source contributor, freelancer, CTO and founder. I've been working for more than 15 years in the industry, and have explored many areas of IT. I've been a technical leader for both back-end and front-end, and developed software frameworks for large financial institutions. I've worked as a solution architect, led large projects and teams, managed critical IT infrastructure, went deep down into IT security, and founded my own company. These experiences gave me a unique perspective on the field.
Daily, I help junior developers who often find themselves overwhelmed with an endless number of programming languages, frameworks, libraries, and tools.
In 2021, I started working on the Dev Concepts collection, a series of 12 books to help even more developers avoid feeling overwhelmed, and show what to focus on for maximum progress and impact. That project is huge, and I realize it will take me a few more years to deliver all those books. Meanwhile, I have curated a huge collection of resources about the topics I want to cover in the books.
The IT Concepts Wall is a Trello board that I keep expanding, week after week, with resources about IT that I think are useful and valuable to learn about. The content that I curate comes from trusted sources. They cover the whole spectrum, from juniors to experts. There is a lot to learn in there for everyone.
If you buy access to the IT Concepts Wall, you'll get access to the Trello board I continue to build for the Dev Concepts collection. You can use these resources to take a shortcut and learn key concepts you need to know about.
The IT Concepts Wall contains thousands of resources. You can explore those at your own pace to learn everything about IT and Software Development.
I update the wall each week with new links and ideas. And I will continue to do so in the coming years.
Access to the IT Concepts Wall, a collection of thousands of resources about IT and Software Development