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Make money with coding.. What you're NOT being told!
Let’s talk about how difficult it is to actually make money with code..

0:00 – Intro
0:35 – Getting a job as a developer
3:53 – Freelancing
9:24 – Startups // Creating apps and saas products
11:15 – Game development
13:36 – Content creation as a dev
16:15 – Conclusion

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how I make money

Let’s talk about how difficult it is to actually make money with code..

0:00 – Intro
0:35 – Getting a job as a developer
3:53 – Freelancing
9:24 – Startups // Creating apps and saas products
11:15 – Game development
13:36 – Content creation as a dev
16:15 – Conclusion

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31 Comments

  1. Hope I didn't discourage anyone with this video. Just trying to be honest about making money with code. Let me know what you think about the video and tell me how you're making money with code!

  2. Jimmy Brooks says:

    For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13)
    The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good. The LORD looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did understand, and seek God. They are all gone aside, they are all together become filthy: there is none that doeth good, no, not one. Have all the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eat up my people as they eat bread, and call not upon the LORD. (Psalms 14:1-4)

  3. Umbra Sight says:

    I already eat shit with manual labor work and my background prevents me from getting better Jobs. I plan on doing freelancer and make a site.

  4. Going by the number of trolls active on your threads, I can say that you talk sense.

  5. njgamer says:

    I want to work for the money and to be one

  6. Very well said. Thank you. Burn out is very real.

  7. FlopsPL says:

    15 years dev. It's 100% true! I'm developer because I loved computers from '80s. But there where meny moments where I want throw everything and try something else. Not all developers earn a lot money. I tried to check freelance sites 10 years ago and it was terrible! They pay pennies. Money are in most case in worst task and jobs (which old workers doesn't want to do) in big companies. Rarely you find something which you like and they pay good.

  8. I first started python on codecademy in 2014. In 2022, I finally built and launched my website. It's been a JOURNEY and a GRIND to get to this point.

  9. Success Depends on the action or step you take to achieve it. Show me a man who has no investments and I'll tell you how soon he'll be broke. Investment is to build a safe paradise for the Future..

  10. Kangwa says:

    Some brutal truths here tho

  11. Rez says:

    in short, whatever you want to do there will be competition and it’s not going to be easy walk in the park. so not expect “ton of money” and you will be fine.

  12. You know what? You are never your own boss.Even if really you are, you must be a worthless guy. So long the 'worth' is measured by money, Money is the Boss. No matter where you work, who is over you, or who are under you.
    Full stop.

  13. This is one honest opinion but I cannot turn my back from learning to code now I have no choice but to work hard

  14. Me currently making 16.5 K a year looking at that starting 50k a year 😳😳😳😳 ( 16.5k is above average pay where I am as well, btw and this is in BZD so its basically 8.4k USD a year ) I'll take 50k UDS a year ANY GOD DAM DAY! 😂😂

  15. peroforrr says:

    I start following you interesting 🤔

  16. 100% accurate. Regarding creating your own apps/ SaaS products, even if you already know how to code there's so much more to it. There is a huge legal side to it that is expensive and NOT FUN. There are so many laws you need to be aware of, things you gotta apply for and software certifications your products need… then there's liability issues (those pesky 9yo kids!)… there's security issues…

  17. 3 minutes into the video and i want to really thank you for telling the truth ❤❤

  18. hiraeth says:

    I will be honest here. The only reason I subscribed and began to watch your videos is because I heard honesty in most of them. And I enjoy watching honest people on YouTube as there are a sh!+ load that aren't themselves and not honest. Majority of YouTube is fake and lies and whatever else toxic stuff is out there. I have been binge watching your videos and I do enjoy them. Also started coding recently from boredom and found out I kinda enjoy it but definitely wouldn't make it a career as I got other stressor in my life just like every family does (kids, wife, money, groceries, husband, etc.) If you read this it makes me feel lucky considering most YouTube people don't read their comments.

  19. Rick Lopez says:

    I feel like this appllies to everything in life. Everything is a grind. If you're trying to make an exceptional amount of money it is gonna take that crazy determined person he talked abt in this video

  20. Steve Igi says:

    Damn, Jonny Sins is now a programmer. That man can truly do it all. Kidding, good video. Lol, life is hard as fuck.

  21. killo says:

    tldr so you can save some time watching the vid: he says it's hard. the job, the people and so on.

  22. I wish this video came 5 years back

  23. Maybe Mochi says:

    i understand the reality check you are trying to give but i think you are projecting some of your own insecurities

  24. 66ThankYou99 says:

    I had an extremely lucky break because the project I wrote was ultra basic with Python in Tkinter which primarily presents a way to draft any customization within a minute instead of typically over an hour by hand. It took only 2 weeks for me to first build the prototype just on my laptop… and when shown to my new managers, they loved it right away and neither of those 2 knew until then that I do software programming, whereas they initially hired me just to do sales, meanwhile… my 2nd month there… I decided to do a photocopy of all their best drafts placed in a new folder by the order of price, then gave each of those a code that would automatically fill out the 4-page forms which altogether drastically reduced the errors the 50+ co-workers were making. Just before the 4th month… my raise jumped from $16 an hour + commission straight to $40 an hour + commission, mainly because I boosted their sale over 40 times their best record month. Granted… I excelled far during secondary school as a graphical artist… just had to make the png images snap into the right areas, then have it calculate the cost and what part needs to be included… and that was as complex as it got — about 30 seconds to figure out. There was always code I can write that makes our job a whole lot easier… still nothing at all too complicated, but… I would get an extra bonus for each implement that averaged out to be about $80 an hour altogether. At no point did my managers annoy me, but… had put me 4th in charge when nearly everybody there had more than 20 years of experience, whereas I didn't even have their 4-year (minimum) college degree.

  25. Real stuff here dude. I'm not even that experienced, but with the little time I have working as a developer, and trying to insert myself in the Freelance world, I was able to conclude the same things that you said in the video. I'm trying now the startup path… Let's see if I'm just gonna, again, arrive at the same conclusions that you did, or if this time I'm gonna really be able to do something different haha. Although I must say, I'm being more realistic and driven this time, so I expect things to maybe work out fine.

  26. Darby says:

    Thank you for the honesty. I'm not a coder and have no plan to become one. The honesty in this video translates to all of the real world. If coding was easy no one would be paying top dollar for top talent.

  27. This video doesnt do any Justice. as everything in the world is hard to start. The key factor here is if your gonna do it then LOVE it.

  28. Kevin Parker says:

    Can any confirm what he said about freelance work cause I heard there is a ton of freelance work online.

  29. Leonil David says:

    Your videos deliver honesty and truth, subbed

  30. Nathan Snow says:

    Oh man, I thought I was alone!
    Even as a qualified and experienced developer I don't stand a chance with the crazy rates others are charging…
    If I have to work for $3-5 an hour, I'll go back to driving trucks for $30-50 per hour

  31. 50k sounds amazing a year the most i ever made was 40k fulltime

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