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Yes, fortunately you can ^^ but you still have to study a lot. I'm quoting Andrei Neagoie: " 4. An industry that doesn’t require a specialized degree from a university. You don’t want to spend the next 4 years getting into debt and going to a graduate program before you start making money. And yes, I think there are better alternatives than going to an expensive coding bootcamp." Totally recommend you his guide if you're just starting out: https://hackernoon.com/learn-to-code-in-2018-get-hired-and-have-fun-along-the-way-b338247eed6a Happy learning and coding 👍^^
ifl -- yup, and it's also my case 😊 though I do have several coworkers that don't have any degree and they got backend and frontend jobs too 👍
Pao Yes of course👍 Then most people I know who went into software without a degree, end up doing some open university education, or some sort of recognized qualification. So everything is possible (But still a lot of work and hardship)
Note that the author of the post that Pao is referring to has a degree (Albeit not in CS, but he still went to uni, and no doubt it helped him to be where he is).
Yes. but you do need exp. A work folder (GitHub), OpenSource projects to contribute...
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