The Advanced Beginner Challenge – I built a course to get your first job in web development, or upgrade from Junior to mid-level. All done over email for your convenience.
How do you get a job as a Junior Developer in 2017?
This video covers the FULL ROADMAP. See show notes below in post for more details and actual step by step formula.
Watch the video below
The Show Notes
Step 1) Pick a language and framework
Video to help you with this step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lU1FtIQz8c
Step 2) Get *prove-able* experience with this language/framework choice (Goto the http://advancedbeginnerchallenge.com for help with this)
Video to help you with this step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDi9y7R0dU8
Step 3) Build the BASICS of your packaging (basic website structured correctly)
Video to help you with this step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7xXOBisNqo
Step 4) Put the projects that you completed and deployed in the Advanced Beginner Challenge, on your “Projects” page. Described in portfolio video here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7xXOBisNqo
Step 5) Blog posts. Write 2 blog posts at minimum on the language/framework you want to get a job in. Described in video you’re on now.
Step 6) – Optional – Twitter presence as described in video. Described in vide you’re on now.
Step 7) Personalized job application blast. I’ll be recording a video on this one next.
Step 8) Repeat Next 2 Until Job
Step 9) Intro call. Described in video you’re on now.
Step 10) Tech interview.
Great tips to help you with technical interviews in this podcast series:
Mastering the Interview Process & LinkedIn for Developers https://soundcloud.com/starthere-webdev/26-level-up-your-web-dev-job-linkedin-for-developers-and-mastering-the-interview-process
How to Get a Better Job at a Higher Salary https://soundcloud.com/starthere-webdev/how-to-get-a-better-job-with-higher-salary