FLORIDA – Dec 27, 2021 – Working to simplify a skill usually reserved for the technologically advanced, software developer, and entrepreneur Aaron Jack created Freemote. Knowing that signing up for programs within a university can be expensive, and taking the autodidact approach may leave you with more questions than answers on how to become a skilled developer, Jack takes the formal education of coding and applies it to real-world experiences in order to optimize the learning curve and ability for one to become a freelance developer.
Food for thought when it comes to coding is why pay thousands of dollars in order to build a portfolio based on fake projects and not real-world work experience? “What I realized is, even being an experienced software developer, most of my most enjoyable and best-paying jobs were an easier type of development,” Jack says. When roaming through Freemote’s website, it is evident that Freemote believes that e-commerce is the bread and butter of freelance work for a developer. With this mindset on the forefront, Freemote takes the training wheels off early for coders, and works with students on actual e-commerce projects.
One of the largest benefits that Freemote offers, based on its positive reviews, would be one-on-one mentorship. “It is almost uncanny how well the instructors can intuit what will be perceived as challenging to inexperienced programmers,” as told by one of the many student reviews on Course Report. Many times, coding is attempted by many, who usually get frustrated with the difficulty level, so they quit before they even get started. Jack understood this frustration and made the developers’ success rate at the heart of Freemote’s mission.
At its core, Freemote is a boot camp for the people. Because of the pandemic, values have been reprioritized, and the people have spoken. They want to work remotely and they want to get paid more. E-Commerce is a market filled with growing opportunities for freelancers, and Freemote gives them the tools without wasting time and money.
Carlton Lee, Publicist