How I Got My Dream Job (with resources) UPDATE

How I Got My Dream Job (with resources) UPDATE
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#27

I have to disagree with that. The docs are extremelly outdated. I had to learn react to do a project at my job, and the docs are horrible.


#28

They actually just updated them to ES6!


#29

Hi Always want to get a chance to show my appreciation to you.

For providing such a great platform to us and link each of us up.

In fact , our Guangzhou FCC site will start to held a coffee and code activity next Month and I am one of the helper.

Thanks again. Have a good day.


#30

I’ve enjoyed reading your post. Interesting stuff.


#31

Thanks for your kind words, Cherry! I am thrilled to hear that you’re helping other campers in Guangzhou. I have fond memories of Guangzhou (I lived there for a couple years) and hope to attend one of your events next time I’m in the area. Where do you all organize? On WeChat?


#32

Colt Steele’s course is ‘amazing’ and I have nothing but nice things to say about that! Great read!


#33

Awesome - thanks for such a great post!


#34

Sorry about the absence, totally forgot to post it on the FCC medium. Got around to updating it :slight_smile:


#35

@Munsterberg thanks for sharing that great story. please I want to ask: my english is good but still not perfect. is this a problem to make interview or to work remotely or even freelancing?


#36

I would say it depends on where you’re looking to work. If you’re planning to work remotely in the US or Canada, I would try to improve your english as much as possible. Where I worked we had in-house and remote devs, all the remote workers were native english speakers. Just remember it never hurts to apply to jobs, you gain a lot of experience and insight.


#37

thanks so much for your reply


#38

Thanks for sharing such a motivational story! Hope, one day I can share mine after getting my first developer job. And could you please give links for Stephen Grider’s react courses on Udemy?


#39

Check out the updated medium post! It has more resources and the links to each :slight_smile:


#40

Thank you for sharing your experience. It is inspiring to read about someone breaking in and landing their first developer job. As a middle-aged career changer who fell into the tech field after years of unemployment during the Great Recession & then bouncing from one temp gig to the next with no real career direction, I am very hopeful that I have finally found my calling in programming. And reading about success stories like yours is motivating as I am on my journey. Thank you for sharing your learning tips too :slight_smile:


#41

My pleasure! Glad to hear you’ve found your passion. When you land a gig in programming you should write a success story as well, I’d love to read it, especially because of your backstory. If you have any questions or need advice, don’t hesitate to reach out :slight_smile:


#42

Thank you - very kind of you :sunny:


#43

Very inspiring story. thanks for the tips and inspiration.


#44

Colt Steele and Anthony Alicea are the kings of the Javascript learning realm


#47

You really should also share this on Medium in a blog. I think it would be extremely beneficial for others (like us) who are learning to code and hope to land a “dream job” one day. Thanks!


#48

I’ve been learning web development on and off for nearly 2 years. I was 21 and looking for a career path, all my friends were in college/uni, and I needed another way to spend my time than playing video games in my undies (now I’m attending meetings and programming in my undies). I applied for uni and got accepted as a Psychology major. Hated it. Now let me preface by saying I’ve always had a knack for computers, I mean I did grow up with them after all. A few major changes later, and I found myself in Computer Science.