Much is said about the negative effect that influencers Y youtubers they can have on their audience, especially when the audience is very young. However, there is a lot of very positive content on platforms like YouTube and TikTok, it’s just a matter of looking for it.
On these platforms we can find very enriching content and even completely free educational videos, which we can take advantage of to learn about topics that, otherwise, we would never have been interested in. Some of these videos are so well done that we can use them to develop new skills that can be useful in the job market.
One of the largest programming channels
Lucas Dalto is a programmer and youtuber 19-year-old Argentinian who has a channel dedicated to teaching programming. Currently, his channel has more than 325 thousand subscribers and is the largest of its kind in Argentina. Everything Lucas knows about programming he learned by himself, reading forums and researching on the internet. His interest began when he was very young and over the years he managed to become quite an expert.
Unlike others, I came back from school and spent the whole afternoon reading forums, looking for information on how to improve my pages, I signed up for courses that were not normal for my age and thus I became a student of the world of software, systems and others that today are more naturalized but that at that time was something strange.
has helped many people
In addition to talking about his experience as a programmer, Lucas offers completely free courses on his channel. Due to his work, anyone can learn HTML, CSS or Java from scratch, with accessible language and, best of all, at no cost. And boy, is his effort appreciated, since many people have let him know that through his courses they were able to venture into the world of programming or win scholarships to continue studying.
I want to be a reference in the world of technology, my goal is to push the generation of young people to feed on this knowledge that is essential in the 21st century and that has a very fast job opportunity. Right now I do feel like a benchmark, but very niche. I go out into the street and they greet me from young people to 50-year-old adults who started studying programming and found an easier job opportunity for their age. Or even that thanks to my courses, they get scholarships, something that never ceases to make me proud.