Welcome to the IBTI blog. For those who don’t know me, my name is Igor, and I’m the founder of IBTI. I’ve been working on the dream of creating a technology company that creates opportunities in our country, especially for people who are starting their careers in the IT (information technology) field.
This is the first of many posts to come, and let me use this article to clarify the idea of this blog. First of all, my goal with this work is to help spread knowledge within IT, tell about my professional and life experience, share hands-on and useful code snippets, network with people in the field, and also to do the IBTI marketing.
But what is IBTI after all?
The acronym IBTI refers to Igor Brandão Tecnologia da Informação. You might be thinking this is a little narcissistic or something else, but no, by using my name in front of this dream is like I’m promising myself that I’ll do whatever it takes to make it work and help people along the way.
How can this blog help you?
Excellent question! Throughout the posts I will talk about:
- 📔 Courses in the field
- 🌐 International IT market and remote working
- 📈 Trends in the field
- 👨💻 How to get started in IT
- ✅ Tutorials
- 🤟 Code snippets
- Among other topics
So it’s up to you to use the available content to your advantage. I am available to respond to comments on posts, so practically you will have a consultancy available for free!
What won’t this blog do for you?
Here nothing will come from “on a silver platter”, I will not do your job for you! Working hard and smart, learning from other people’s experiences and the pursuit of knowledge will be fundamental to your journey.
Finally, I will leave a reflection that I constantly do to remind myself where I came from and where I intend to go:
Have you ever stopped to think about everything you sacrificed and everything you gave up for your dreams and projects? If you give up, it will be all in vain, the tears, the lost nights of sleep, the tiredness, the exhaustion, and everything you put into it. Questions like “Will I make it?” “Why is it so hard for me?” are normal, everyone has. But if you’ve already started, don’t even think about giving up…no matter how many doubts and fears you have, go ahead.Igor Brandão
I thought of several themes to start this work, but I preferred to follow the “foot in the door” approach, I’m working on a series of posts titled “How to work remotely and Earn Dollars with Programming” and part 1 of it will be available this week on the link next 👇:
It’s just a bunch of guys for today, I’m available to answer questions and open for suggestions on topics in the area.
Cheers and stay well.