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I have been programming for over 5 years, and I have learned that there are many different ways to make money. In this article, I will explain how you can use paid subscriptions as a programmer in your own business.
[Productivity]: This is a subscription for people who want to be more productive. You can get things done faster, or at the very least, you will feel like you are getting things done faster.
[Productivity]: The biggest difference between this and the other subscriptions I will mention here is that this one focuses on improving your productivity by helping you stay organized and focused throughout the day. There are some other bonuses too such as tips for staying up late or getting more work done in shorter amounts of time!
[Productivity]: It's not an overly expensive subscription but it does have its perks if used correctly (which means not just once). One example would be having access 24/7 which means no matter what time zone or country you live in, there's always someone available who can help guide us through our lives with their wisdom and experience!
Pluralsight is an online training platform for software developers, IT professionals and creative artists. It offers more than 5,000 courses in technology, creative and business skills.
For me, Pluralsight is the best resource for learning new technologies. The company has an excellent library of high-quality, up-to-date technology and creative courses. They also offer several membership plans and pricing options that are easy to understand so you can choose what works best for your needs based on how much time you want to dedicate each week or month to learning from their offerings
Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud is a subscription service that allows you to access all of Adobe's creative software. It includes Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and more.
It's one of the most popular subscriptions on this list because it's so comprehensive—you get access to everything you'd need to work professionally as a programmer or designer. The only downside? The monthly price tag is $49 per month (or $9/month if you pay annually).
What are your most important subscription services as a programmer?
It's important to have a subscription that allows you to learn new things because it's impossible to know everything there is about programming as a profession. You'll always need new skills and knowledge in order to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of technology and innovation.
I also think it's important for programmers like myself who rely on their daily work for income or simply survive as independent workers (like myself) should have some sort of motivation which makes them want to keep working hard at what they do every day instead of just relying on their own efforts alone because when there isn't any reason why one should continue doing something then not only does their productivity suffer but also everyone else around them suffers too because no one wants someone who doesn't care enough about his job any more than necessary!
Finally, I would suggest having a subscription service where all these benefits listed above can be obtained at once! This would mean that instead of spending hours upon hours researching different websites trying to find something worthwhile enough so we could afford them ourselves without having too much trouble finding out what works best fit our needs rather than wasting time looking through pages upon pages worth of information before finding something useful - we simply click 'subscribe' button once per week which automatically sends us an email informing us exactly how much money has been spent since last purchase date was made so if ever needed extra funds later down the road then there won't be any surprises afterwards either!"
Amazon Prime is a paid subscription that offers free 2-day shipping on many items, as well as access to movies and TV shows. It costs $119/year or $12.99/month (you can get a free trial for 30 days). The only thing I’m not crazy about with Amazon Prime is their customer service—it takes forever to get through on the phone because they have so many people working at once, but if you call in person they seem more helpful than most companies I deal with at work.
A new book every month (Kindle Unlimited)
Kindle Unlimited is a subscription service that allows you to read as many books as you want for a monthly fee. You can read on any device with the Kindle app, including your computer or smartphone. There are many free titles available in this subscription which makes it perfect if you're looking for something new to read but don't have time or money to buy every book.
This service is great because it gives me access to thousands of titles at my fingertips with no extra cost other than my monthly payment plan. I've found myself going through all kinds of genres while exploring new authors and themes, especially in regard to business development topics like leadership or sales training techniques!
The only downside is that there aren't many audiobooks available through this service yet (I'm hoping they'll add more soon).
GitHub Pro is a subscription-based version of the popular Git repository hosting service that gives you access to private repositories. Private repositories are not available on Github's free plan, so this makes it worth paying for.
GitHub Pro also allows you to use a team account and add collaborators from different organizations or groups (like your company) so everyone can collaborate within their own organization but still work on projects together as part of one larger project.
Subscribing allows you to gain special access to things that are valuable to your everyday life.
Subscriptions allow you to pay for things that are valuable to your everyday life. For example, if you're a programmer, subscriptions can be used as a way of gaining special access to information that is otherwise hard or impossible to find.
It's important not only for the sake of convenience—but also because subscriptions provide value beyond just getting information at your fingertips. When buying something from an online store like Amazon or iTunes, there's no guarantee that the product will always be available when needed (or even if it does come back into stock). That's where subscribing comes in: Being able to access content on-demand means having access whenever and wherever there’s an internet connection available!
Skillshare is a great way to learn new skills. It’s like Netflix for learning.
You can sign up for free and watch short videos that show you how do something in programming, design or web development. You can also buy courses if you want them.
Lynda is one of my favourite online learning platforms and the reason why is because it's affordable, easy to use and has a wide selection of courses available.
Lynda offers over 40,000 video tutorials on topics such as programming and design. The courses are broken down into different skill sets so you can find exactly what you need from them.
For example: if you're looking for a course that teaches how to write better code or create an app, there will be specific ones for those things but also general ones that cover more general skills like how to work with databases or how to improve your communication skills in business settings (and so on).
Linode: cloud servers
Linode is a cloud hosting provider that allows you to easily run virtual servers. You can use the Linode API to create your own custom dashboard, and it also has a wide range of features for automating tasks.
I've been using this service for about four years now, and I don't think I'll ever cancel my subscription because it's so useful in my day-to-day work.
Dashlane: password manager & VPN
Dashlane is a password manager that helps you store all your passwords and login information securely. It also has a VPN feature that allows you to connect to public WiFi securely so that your online activities are protected from hackers.
If you’re using other sites like Facebook or Google, Dashlane will generate secure passwords for you automatically. If not, then it also allows for user-generated passwords as well as remembering them for later use.
AWS Educate is a free program for students and teachers to get started with AWS. It's available in several languages, including English, German and Spanish.
Students can get access to AWS services at no charge; teachers can use the same tools for their classes without having to pay anything upfront.
Detailed Programming Articles and Guides
This blogging platform is without a doubt my favourite subscription as a programmer (Medium). Numerous premium papers and guides about programming, data science, and other topics are available here.
Yes, I am aware that YouTube has a tonne of coding courses, but coming from personal experience, you won't always find everything there.
This is particularly true for advanced or narrowly specialised disciplines. Why? Simply said, YouTubers often produce videos to increase their profits and audience.
Contrarily, you may find every instruction you can think of in the form of a guide simply because writing content is easier than creating it, making it possible for programmers as well as content creators to create an article.
It goes without saying that no one creates guidelines for free, thus these programmers and authors receive a percentage of the subscription.
The reality is that, as a programmer, you’re going to have to learn how to use these services. Even if you have a subscription, it’s important for you to know about them and be able to use them in your work. Plus, subscribing gives you access to new tools that can help make your life easier and more productive.
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