I got a job :-)

I got a job :-)
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#103

Gives me and anyone else hope… keep coding!!!


#104

Wow, this is so cool. If you happen to stumble upon this reply, I have a few questions for you.

(1) Did you mention your fCC certs at all and (2) if you did, what was the reaction? Thank you!

Hope you’re doing well!


#105

Best of luck dear for your job


#106

That’s really awesome news. Congrats and I wish you the best in your new career :smiley:


#107

Congratulations! and thanks for sharing your journey. Happy Coding :nerd_face:


#108

Yeah, congratulations!


#109

Congratulation ! Your story motivates me not to give up.:smile:


#111

thank you so much for this advices.


#112

Wow, great to hear your story and have much you persevered!


#113

Maybe it’s kinda late now but congratulations! Your story is amazing, it inspires me a lot because I’ve been lost in my career path. Thank you for sharing your advices :slight_smile:


#114

Congratulations! I am taking a couple month break from work to focus on programming and FCC in hopes of landing an internship in Southern California.

Wish you the best of luck in your new career!


#115

Congratulations!
Your path to a full stack web developer job is interesting . Hop you got the job in California itself


#116

Congrats :balloon::fireworks:


#117

Yay! Congratulations!!! :smiley:


#118

This is very inspiring. Thank you for sharing this with the freeCodeCamp community!

In the interview process, your main message to the employer is: I know my stuff, I am a fast learner, I am a lifelong learner, I am passionate about programming and I have no doubt that I want to make it my career. Keep that in mind, and ask/answer questions accordingly.

This part is especially helpful. Good luck!


#119

Well done @elisecode247! Great tips there. So true about HR: The last company I worked for had an HR department that filtered out technical candidates based on their own (non-technical) whims! Also - great advice about you also interviewing your employer: It sends the message that you have decent standards and plan to succeed! Good luck!


#121

u should try to apply for Wizeline in Guadalajara.
They are a dream company


#122

Whenever freeCodeCamp staff members move or otherwise make changes to an old topic, it goes to the front page.


#124

Congratulations :slight_smile: and thanks for tips.


#125

Congratulations. You deserve it.