Is the pathway of HTML, CSS, Java Script, then Phython and databases is reasonable for a someone switiching career?
I am career switcher (moving from HR) and aspiring to become full stack developer. P.S - I love to problem solve and so far have learned a decent understanding of HTML and how the syntax works.
Gull Hassan Your domain knowledge can be a good spring board for transitioning from HR into a product engineering department of a software firm providing technology solutions in the HR industry. I personally work for a software company that specializes in a GRC suite of solutions including online compliance training content, disclosure and risk management services, etc. The massive complexities of providing enterprise grade solutions with strict, legislative based regulatory requirements to a global range of large companies with EU and non EU requirements has no shortage of innovation. You might even be able to get your foot in the door in a tech support level or perhaps QA role.
Thank you Kode Krasher. Can you expand further on the security aspect, what pathway you are referring to? Bein in HR within highly regulated industry did gave me huge exposure towards compliance/governance. Every process and HR transaction have to be within compliant parameters.
That make sense. In other words, I need to focus my search of the software developer job in the organisation focused on HR aspect. 😇 Not ready yet, but hopefully will be.
Well, I must say, your company does sound genuine investors in people. I do not have the privilege within my current employer, so I would have to rely on starting fresh. Therefore it is a risk, but I am committed. I am happy to even work as a volunteer once I have learned the pathway mentioned above. Do you think, hiring managers would appreciate someone willing to work for free?
Thank you David Carroll. Your reply is very insightful.
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