Tech Internet Millionaires Under 30 (Infographic)

Internet Millionaires Under 30

Here are a dozen or so tech internet millionaires under 30 who have found their success and fortune through the internet, more notably the tech world. And it hoesntly doesn’t take much to start your own internet business because a lot of these tech millionaires and billionaires are self-made. A self-made millionaire or billionaire is someone who has achieved success through their own efforts.

If I was 10 years younger and I could do it all over again, I’d definitely take up programming as my #1 priority. It has so much potential and countless opportunities waiting in every corner that anyone living in the 21st century would be blind to disregard programming as being unimportant. However, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to start now.

The great thing about programming is, you don’t need a lot of money or any schooling to be successful. Many of these tech millionaires have yet to graduate college, or even attend college at all. In other words, you can learn to program for FREE in the comforts of your own home. Without further ado, here are our generation of internet millionaires under 30.

 

Internet Millionaires Under 30

Tech Millionaires Under 30

As you can see, these internet millionaires under 30 had one thing in common. They loved to program and code. And maybe you are asking yourself, “What is so fun about typing a bunch of numbers, and letters on a computer screen?” Well, I challenge you to try out this completely free website that teaches you from the very basics on how to program. – CodeAcademy

I would never have thought that in a million years I would actually enjoy coding myself, since I’ve lived my life with the ignorant mindset of thinking that programming was extremely boring and dull. As soon as I typed my first “code” in, I was in love with programming. If I had known that programming was about being creative and innovative, I would have started ASAP.

 
“All of my friends who have younger siblings who are going to college or high school – my number one piece of advice is: You should learn how to program.”
~ Mark Zuckerberg

 

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