This is very…generalistic, i can’t see much value to it. After every single sentence you can add “or maybe don’t” to it.
Code everyday, sure, but if you’re not learning anything new nor doing anything relevant for your portfolio, go grab a piece of cake and watch some movie, it’s definitely a better use of your time than doing a to-do app for the seventh time this week.
If you’re not on linkedin, maybe where you live linkedin isn’t so relevant and you’re just wasting your time, after all the US isn’t the rest of the planet, and maybe you don’t like linkedin’s use of your data. It’s not a necessity.
“Network”, or maybe don’t, after all getting friendships in order to suck them dry of a job is quite the low move.
“Just ask”, but learn to do your research, after all you won’t be able to ask in a deadline.
I know it sounds grumpy, but all of these medium posts about condescending people who think they own the world are most of the time nothing more than self promotion. A LOT of these posts are really good, but an equal amount are nothing more than a person trying to create an online presence for themselves by saying anything that comes to mind. Working is a very personal aspect of life, and with any personal aspect, you have to be careful about it and respect yourself, learn about the industry and do things at your own pace. If you’re good, people will hire you, companies want good developers among them, you don’t really HAVE to follow any silly guideline, it’s not a model contest.
Among the things outside help is valuable, i think tips on making a good curriculum and where to look for work is pretty essential, but advice like “go to conferences, make connections!” is really…shallow, doesn’t mean anything, you can’t force yourself into friendships and it’s not worth it in the long term for most people. “Coding everyday” is good advice, unless you don’t know the basics, then study everyday because you won’t be able to code anything meaningful.