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I literally give all the job search, application secrets and tactics I used to get over 10 interviews and phone calls with potential companies, both part time and full time, and even a full time offer from the company I still work at right now.
Why am I giving away this information? Because there’s such a blue ocean out there and the demand is so high for web developers that you finding success is NOT going to hinder my success.
And yes, this works for any job position, industry, field of study, frontend dev, backend dev, full stack developer, programmer, coder, web developer, web designer.
And although I did get this job while in community college for computer science (not even university), you do NOT need experience or a degree to land a web dev job.
Working from home remotely as a developer is really good so far. Cool website projects all the time, flexibility of that laptop lifestyle, and the ability to travel and be a digital nomad if you want.
1. Use a personal project to show off skills.
When you don’t have work experience, you can still create experience on your own by creating a personal project, whether that be an example site, web app, SaaS (software as a service) application like I did, portfolio/resume site, etc.
From the employer’s perspective, they don’t know if you have the skills needed or not. But you don’t need past experience for them to know that you can do it.
And a project shows off your coding skills AND shows them how ambitous you are compared to others AND shows them you can work on your own and be disciplined.
I bombed the interview but they still gave me the job – partly because of the demand and because of the personal project.
My personal project as a web saas app built on Flask, a python web framework (i would’ve used Django if I started over) for stock trading.
Have a resume/cover letter/portfolio that stands out. The worst thing you can do is blend in with other job applicants.
Make it pop with social proof, colors, stats, no business jargon, etc.
Then mass apply for jobs on sites like LinkedIn or Angelist
So go out there, get your dream job, and let me know in the comments when that happens so I can congratulate you.
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