Have you considered learning to code? If so, I don't need to tell you that this is one of the best ways of unlocking potential previously out of reach. Web technologies are becoming more diverse and powerful by the day, and third-party services make it easier than ever to integrate complex features without hassle.
If you haven't thought about starting to program, I encourage you to read Marc Andreessen's op-ed in the Wall Street Journal on how software is eating the world.
It might surprise you, but the people behind some of the most powerful products on the internet are far from being experts in computer science:
Dennis Crowley, the founder of Foursquare, knew enough PHP and MySQL to hack together a rough prototype.
Kevin Systrom of Instagram started programming as a kid but quit his Stanford CS class for Management Science & Engineering after seeing many "fantastically smart people" in that group in the first quarter.
If you can work on your ideas and turn them into code, there are no limits to where it will take you. And at Stackademy, no matter the program, the focus is always on teaching you skills you can apply.
Just as important, our courses are based in Berlin, a city that is all about reinventing yourself in the first place.
So: take a look at our courses and if you want to seize this opportunity, apply. If you are still looking for more, contact me personally at .