Just go apply for anything that seems like a good fit to you.
It’s rare that someone doesn’t get rejected during a job search but that’s not a reason to not try. Think about it rationally and logically like when you code—you will likely come to the conclusion that the fear of trying is irrational.
I don’t have much specific advice to offer since I have never had to apply for a developer job (or at least not yet :p), but do read some of the success stories here and you will realise that you are not alone, and that it’s worth trying. In addition, don’t forget about the possibility of learning while you are on the job, or internships.
Other than that, here are some things that you may want to consider changing on your portfolio:
- Double check for typos/misspelt words. For example, “exiting” should be “exciting”. Something like Grammarly may also be helpful for smoothing out potentially awkward expressions if you don’t have someone who can proofread things for you
- Missing colon after “I have experience building with”
- I in “including other necessities…” reads better capitalised
- Find someone who knows you well to read your “about me” section to see if it sounds like you
I hope that helps.