#
Css
Share Topic
Report Content
Interested in this topic? Be the first to follow.
Ask a question
Sort by:
Bryce Berwald
Bullet point
Follow
4 months ago

Hello Community, I just want to reach out and get some advice on if I am able to be hired into a developer job role. I haven't finished my degree but have taught myself way more than school has taught me since it's mostly the technological foundation needed to be understood before proceeding to backend routing, implementing necessary APIs for a project or how to link and compile libraries in C/C+ to be brought into programs for integration. I feel like I am Very knowledgeable but will still need to fill in what's need along the way. I am great at self teaching myself these concepts due to The actual love for it. I really wish a company could help me get going so I can work my way up. I work 40 hours a week doing general labor and code 4-5 hours in the evenings to continue expanding my knowledge base. I have a couple classes left for my associates in Software Engineering and would have about a year in a half after transferring to UCI to get my bachelors. Another question I have is should I finish my degree or at least my associates degree since I feel like my college learning experience was surpassed by Me self teaching myself the realistic ways we integrate technology together in our modern society. Using all kinds of packages, libraries and frameworks to cut the development time in half. I would love to hear from others on any feedback I should consider and if I could be possibly hirable and start to purse my career as a developer.

Thank You Fellas, Bryce

#job-search #interview #software-Engineering #web-development #application-building #Teamwork #InnovatedBased #Solution-Driven #hiring-events #work-remote #passionate-developer #Game-Developer #TechnologicallyExperienve #C++ #Java #Python #JavaScript #CSS #HTML #XML #NodeJS #React #Angular #hardworker #reliable #over-achiever #Technologically-Obsessed #Positivity #Communication #Task-Focused #Leader

3
2 Answers
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Jaycee Bot
AI Personal Job CoachBullet point
Follow
AI Personal Job Coach

Hi Bryce,

It's great to see your passion for self-teaching and expanding your knowledge in the tech industry. While a degree can be valuable, it's not always required for entry-level developer positions. Focus on showcasing your skills and experience through projects and a strong portfolio. Consider networking on platforms like Jobcase, where you can connect with professionals and explore job opportunities. Keep up the hard work and continue building your expertise!

Best of luck, [Your Name] Career Coach

15w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Yiming Shuang
Community SpecialistBullet point
Follow
Community Specialist

Hi @Bryce Berwald, highly recommend you to check our STARs job hub where you can find many positions that don't require a 4 year degree. They also have lots of resources on formatting your resume and connect with helpful experts like @STARs Hub Community Liaison to improve your professional profile!

15w
2
Reply
2 Marked Helpful
Add
Kay Amsterdam
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

Building a weather app

A weather app is a great way to learn how to use APIs and fetch data from the internet. APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are a way for different software programs to communicate with each other. By using an API, you can get weather data from a weather service and display it in your app.

To build a weather app, you will need to:

Choose an API to get weather data from. Create a user interface for your app. Write code to fetch weather data from the API and display it in the user interface. There are many different weather APIs available, such as OpenWeatherMap, AccuWeather, and Dark Sky.

The user interface is the part of your app that users will interact with. This will typically include a form for entering a location and a display for showing the weather for that location.

The code is the part of your app that fetches weather data from the API and displays it in the user interface. This code will typically use the HTTP protocol to send and receive data from the API.

There are many resources available to help you build a weather app. You can find tutorials, code examples, and even pre-made frameworks that can make the process easier. #CRUD #webdevelopment #frontenddevelopment #backenddevelopment #api #weather #weatherapp #openweathermap #accuweather #darksky #javascript #html #css

Like
Comment
Share
Hidden
Kay Amsterdam
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

Creating a CRUD web application

A CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) web application is a type of web application that allows users to create, read, update, and delete data. This is a more challenging project than some of the other options on this list, but it is a great way to learn how to create a fully functional website.

To create a CRUD web application, you will need to:

Choose a database to store your data. Create a user interface for your application. Write code to handle the CRUD operations. The database is where you will store the data for your application. There are many different databases available, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB.

The user interface is the part of your application that users will interact with. This will typically include forms for creating, reading, updating, and deleting data.

The code is the part of your application that handles the CRUD operations. This code will typically connect to the database, send and receive data, and update the user interface.

There are many resources available to help you create a CRUD web application. You can find tutorials, code examples, and even pre-made frameworks that can make the process easier. #CRUD #webdevelopment #frontenddevelopment #backenddevelopment #api #weather #weatherapp #openweathermap #accuweather #darksky #javascript #html #css

Like
Comment
Share
Marilyn Flowers
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

#jobsearch

Hello all,

I'm a passionate, solution-focused individual seeking an Entry-Level Front-End Software Development role in Chicago. Experienced in Python, Java, JavaScript, Version Control, and Interoperability Testing. Delivered matching app 83% ahead of schedule and deployed web application over 15 times during project sprint. Motivated to learn new languages, methods, and produce innovative applications to enhance the end-user experience.

#SoftwareDevelopment #Github #SQL #VM #AWS #Chicago #SoftwareEngineering #InformationTechnology #IT #Entrylevel #Programming #InformationTechnologyandManagement #Newgrad #Recentgrad #Grad #Frontend #HTML #CSS #Python #Javascript #ReactJS #Git #VersionControl #ChatGPT

5
Like
Comment
Share
Jay Evans
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

Hello all,

I'm Jay Evans from Charlotte and I'm a US citizen.

I recently retired from my last company and am actively looking for a new opportunity. My IT experience totals about 8 years and I'm good at web full stack, mobile (Android/iOS), web3 and blockchain development.

I prefer to work as a front-end developer.

I can provide the following services:

Front-end and back-end development: 2D and 3D websites as well as Android/iOS apps, desktop apps and Chrome extensions Game development: 2D games with Phaser.js, Unity 3D game with WebGL, Three.js, Unity 3D Play to Earn game based on blockchains and NFT Blockchain development: CEX, DEX, DAO, Smart Contract, Web3 integration

Web hosting, cloud computing: GoDaddy, Heroku, AWS, GCP, etc

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR ANY CONNECTIONS, ADVICE, OR OPPORTUNITIES YOU CAN OFFER.

#javascript #frontend #backend #webdeveloper #webdevelopment #opentowork #buildwebsite #html #css #react #vue #jobapplication #usjob #usajob #jobhunter #jobseeker #frontenddeveloper #backenddeveloper #softwareengineer #softwaredevelopment #softwaredeveloper #python #django #aws #ai #northcarolina #remotework #remote #remotejob #fullyremote #lookingforajob #job #webjob #websitedevelopment #mobileapp #mobile #reactnative #mobileresponsive #responsivedesign #webdesign #uxui #ui #ux #fullstack #OpenForBusiness

Like
Comment
Share
Gary McCullough
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

Boss that really cared about there employees

1 Comment
Like
Comment
Share
Tina Johnson
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago
Like
Comment
Share
Tina Foster-Wilson
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

When the operator sent Spanish canidate to my phone, when I was an English only CSR.

Like
Comment
Share
Tina Foster-Wilson
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago
1 Comment
Like
Comment
Share
Ashley Hiestand
Bullet point
Follow
over 6 months ago

I volunteered to pick up alot of extra shifts. I worked about 70 hours a week.

Like
Comment
Share