It has been 6 month since i first got into web development (without any previous knowledge). Earlier today I've been on my first interview and a few hours later I've been told i was successful and got the position
I want to say a very big thank you(!) to FCC and its supportive community
personally, i do think that FCC has its own flaws but out of all the other websites out there, FCC was the one that push me to my limits.
and here is a piece of advice i would like to share with you;
whenever you trying to solve a challenge, don't do it just for the sake of doing it and move on (like so many does). Do it the best you possibly can! Don't try to customize your answer to the system test, but make sure it will pass any other test as well.
and that goes double for the zeppelins which should be very well design, responsive and bug free.
if you got yourself an interview then even if you dont feel like you've got much to offer, still, stay confident in yourself, show that your passionate about what you doing and that you want and capable of learning.
3. On the interview, avoid answering with 'yes' or 'no'. so when been asked something like "tell me about your self / strengths" dont just name a list of stuff but also go to as much details as possible and provide some examples. that of course true for any question you might face.
for me its just the beginning. i really hope i wont let anyone down (myself included) and i'll be able to go thought it all and keep progressing. thank you an good luck.
i've shared some of my experience so far with the new job down below.