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Who found out a job thanks to SoloLearn course?

Hi everyone! I'm curious as a complete newbie :) Thank You for all answers (if there are any)!

8/3/2018 4:41:24 PM

Aleczka

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First of all – Welcome Newbie ;) If I were You, I would expect a lot of answers, cause it is a good question. Maybe not directly by SoloLearn, but I found a job (also) as Java developer. For me, it was kind of easier, because I had experience with different languages too, but I found Java questions to be very good as a starter. When I was a yellow freshman, even a simple challenge was very hard. Thanks to that, I was focused more on the important basics of a language. Have fun, code much, challenge me sometimes ;)

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thanks for the first answer Jakub :)! (ps I will!) :):)

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Friend of mine told me (Python), that for him it was easy to find summer camp, then he progressed to be intern, then hired as Junior. He was graduated, but not with studies related to CS, so it is a good sign for me :) thank You for answers so far!!!! :):):)

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thank You Jay Charan LEo25 Saquib Imam Prabin Chandra Shrestha for feedback. Which language has the lowest "entry point" in Your opinion? :):) i started with HTML and CSS, but i believe it is must have rather than decent programming language :(

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I am lazy fellow ,who interested in doing frontend with web based

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Prabin Chandra Shrestha - I agree. It might be difficult to pass any interview with knowledge solely from SL, but I tend to think it really gives You a solid base

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With Python can We do websites as well? Is it really used to do websites, or PHP only? :)

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I believe yes. About being Python pro, ask Kuba Siekierzyński

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Viacheslav what do You do with it? Probably not websites, but solid programs :):)?

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Charan LEo25 no worries! Regarding job, it also depends on business domain. Sometimes it is easy to find a job, when domain requires less (simple calculations i.e). Junior position in my opinion is reachable :)

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Saquib Imam it is not hard, but requires time to learn. Pick one mainstream language and learn 10 mins per day :) Then start coding simple things using robust IDE, GiT, some frameworks, add SQL and You are ready to go for the first interview! I wish You luck if You want to go that road :)!

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I believe that SoloLearn does not hire best players :) question is more about searching for examples of people who started their IT career with (among other tools) SoloLearn

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learning PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE will not land you on professional work's but u have to master it .or learn more about the course like mastering them most company's need worker's as developer's for example full stack developer or backend , frontend good luck don't worry about my English 😒😢

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i stated as professional Jakub Dubański

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Charan LEo25 if I can ask - how long have You been programming as a professional and using which stack? I'm just curious and want to help Aleczka too :) (by making people proactive in this thread... maybe we should invite our best-question-friends hmm) PS: @Aleczka yes, that is actually good idea. Nowdays many companies seek for devs. In their interest is to "convert" You into developer :)

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Charan LEo25 hehe, we have time, we are (and always will) young! I keep repeating that to myself :))

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Daniel Fernandes i have some friends from Brazil (Curitiba) now they are here with me in Poland. Very good developers. :) Find something which is interesting for You - what do You like to code? website, application? Have any idea? :)

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Daniel Fernandes You will always need HTML, CSS, SQL, some JS, be able to read UML - so in general, good news for You :) for backend core - it is time consuming to know and master language, so at some point You have to pick one (at least for a starter).

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Viacheslav do You work with Cpp?

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For me it is always a book, to learn in depth. For Python im not able to recommend, not my area