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>NEET guide to web dev employment
Everything is worth learning because by knowing more you have more options and chances.
Since you can make anything with anything(methaphore) in today's world it all comes down to:
1)What you personally like.
2)If it is a big serious project demanding performance at scientific precision then you pick something that is better at doing some job than other thing (usually by a fractal).
I dont know if this is the right place to post this but I have a Idea in mind, that would automate part of my browsing habits so I have more time to shitpost here on the 4chan
how is it possible to write a webcrawler that identifies certain elements (new threads here in the catalog section) on a website and writes the contents to a file.
I am currently learning java and thought this might be a greate little project to test my skills
I dont understand this, you want to test your skills and programming logic yet you ask us for the help? I dont want to sound rude and edgy but for your own good is better to think about it alone while exploring capabilities of java from your sources where you learnt it or the internet.
Luck. You find one client. You treat him real well. You keep working for client. Client bring you more clients. You treat the new clients really well. New clients bring you more clients.
Pretty much my life right there.
Is this statement true or false:
>Front end programming and coding is less of a hustle then back end or /gpt/ and programming in general. It has more to learn, but the learning curve is easier to overcome.
Well, I started back 2000 when I was 10. Golden era for web dev. You could easily find clients on webdev forums.
Find webdev forums that has a "Marketplace" section and look for any kind of website related work there. Don't do it over-cheap and even if you do make your client think you actually charge high but you are doing him a favor or something.
didn't ever made a website for a client. I don't really know how much should I charge and what kind of websites should I do at first.
I am feeling in a good mood so I am giving you all the good advice I can get.
Take risk. If a client is asking you to do something that's beyond (not far beyond) your skills, take the job! It will force you to learn whatever it is that is beyond. I have been doing that all the time. I have spent more time working and less time learning. And you get really good experience from such risky jobs.