Hello guys and people here,
tl dr; I won’t start with a popular opinion probably, but I’ll be sincere hoping you won’t be too harsh. The post is about finding ourselves nowhere near a job, even though we know some stuff.
I didn’t ever thought about publishing here. Mostly because I like to do all things on my own, without any help or advice. I understand this is the wrong way.
Now I realize I’m stuck in my goal of finding a job, and I have little to no idea if the things I’ve been doing have any value for a junior web dev position. My main project is a blog where I’m using js, sass, git/github, python and bash; I know no React or things like that.
What would a way to convince an employer of my skills? And most importantly: is this enough? Am I too far?
I’ll take the chance to link a post I’ve written some weeks ago, where I was reflecting upon this same subject. It’d be probably good to hear any personal experience, or any critique, advice, or almost whatever comes to your mind. I’ll take the next few days to just find a North and be a bit better in managing my time.
Have a nice day.