You've still got a whole lot more to learn (it's really a lifetime journey) but now the best way to do that is by surrounding yourself with other great developers. This course is all about that next step -- what else you'll need to know, where to find jobs, how to interview, and how to ultimately get that offer in hand.
Your job search begins long before you send out the first application, so be sure to adequately prepare by laying out a strategy and being honest with yourself about your goals, needs and expectations.
This course is a bit different than the others so it's worth getting acquainted with how it will work.
You will need to develop a coherent strategy for how you'll approach the process or risk wasting time.
You won't get hired anywhere you want to be unless you have an honest conversation with yourself.
An important step to selling yourself is realizing what the companies doing the hiring really want.
There are many things you can do ahead of time to prepare for your job hunt that will greatly help your odds of getting hired.
This is an odds game, so you've got to structure your plan and focus on highest probability approaches and targets. In this section we'll cover how the process typically works and the best way to increase your odds of success. Go get 'em.
Your first step to finding that perfect job is knowing where to look and collecting good leads.
You will need to have a rigorous process for evaluating leads or you will end up wasting your time.
Even in this day and age, the resume is still the primary way people get information about you.
Some tips for increasing your odds during the application process itself.
Interviewing is annoying and difficult but you'll have to do it. We'll help point you to the best resources for preparing yourself.
A look at several alternative ways you can find a web development job.