Gʜ₀ᴢ₇ Sec A comedic comment is to name the release dates for programs and operating systems that no one has been using for 30 years.
Linux and Windows really appeared long before web sites. Only you do not use Windows 1.0 or 3.1 in 2019. Also, you are not using AutoCAD or Aldus PageMaker 1992 release. What is in the code of millions of modern programs - only God knows. Career and life from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, with two days off a week - this is exactly what a programmer should dream of. Especially in countries such as the United States, where labor law does not guarantee paid leave at all. At Sololearn, a bunch of newcomers, and even schoolchildren, ask about where to get a job. That is, to receive money for their knowledge. And 99% of the answers are written by people who in their life don’t dream of anything else but “Get a good job after the interview”
Gabriel Caldeira Bicalho Please open Google, Yahoo or Bing, and type in there: "How to start working on upwork", "how to start working on fiverr". Also look for "Remote Work Exchange" in Portuguese. Surely every country has its own exchange. Just on upwork, programmers can get from $ 20 per hour.
I assume first job in a programming environment. Do a project and post on github. Try to solve a problem. Ask yourself, 'What kind of impact did I make?' Did you get 10k people downloading your product/source code or just used a lesson from school?
Companies look for impact and initiative. If you can demonstrate this, you can land a descent job. Just be honest with yourself and skill level otherwise if your copying peoples code and you cant solve problems at your job, you might as well get your job at Mc Donalds.
Gʜ₀ᴢ₇ Sᴇᴄ I completely disagree with the fact that the person who copies the code can only rely on McDonalds. I do not want to seem too harsh, but this rhetoric suggests that the author wants to amuse his vanity. The author either forgot, or pretends that he does not understand one simple thing: any person has the right to solve the problem as he sees fit. And you don’t have to choose between full stack developer and McDonalds. Companies want to hire experienced programmers who must get down to the task right away. To become an experienced programmer, you must either graduate from a higher educational institution, or go to programming courses for about two years, for which you have to pay. Tuition may be too high. To find a job for a beginner who studies himself in the evening, after work, there is no need to be able to solve all the problems himself. It is enough to be able to solve problems at least somehow. When you use Sololearn, Windows, Linux you don’t know how much code was copied from internet
'Computer Engineer' I agree to disagree I don't think the upstart of Windows and Linux had much of internet to copy from in those times. Your comment is comical as ARPANET adopted TCP/IP in 1983. In 1985 Windows was released. The online world was publicly recognized in 1990. Linux started in 1991. There was not much shared code online to copy from in those times. These people were successful because they had initiative to take the opportunity at hand. Suppose my reply is more geared for establishing a career or a product than the attempts of getting a job. I'll admit that. Good programmers, engineers and developers are problem solvers and know how to supply a demand and distribute.
This is a prevaricative response, bending the intent of my reply. It goes off tangent about the initial disagreement and starts veering off about countries and labor laws. There is no need to explain about the workforce and enslavement acting to serve the greater "consortium of global interest." Simply put, the best way to predict the future is to invent it. Success is a lonely road while failure is a crowded highway. No need to convsersate with tergiversative personalities. Best to leave it as is before the need to define what the word "job" means.