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Just created a passion project that I don’t expect to make any money but I would like to use it to practice SEO and some other things on a real project.
With that said, I prefer to use something like Plausible Analytics but not ready to put money into it just yet. What do you guys use or recommend.
Site link: https://devcard.link/
DevCard is a new tool created using Laravel and Vue.js allowing developers to quickly showcase their favourite languages and frameworks along with their social media and portfolio links.
Everything about the card is customisable and a simple one can be created in less than a minute by signing in through GitHub.
The best bit, it’s free to use!
Hopefully, some developers see this as a good way to represent themselves quickly and I would appreciate any feedback or additional features you’d like to see.
This is my first post ever on this forum and I’m not sure if this is the right place to post about my concerns on being an aspiring developer and I am seeking some advice. Forgive me if this post is out of place.
I’d like to receive advice from other developers who have more experience than I do and are willing to take the time to judge my portfolio/projects.
A little bit about my experience: I attended a coding bootcamp for 4 months in January 2020 and afterwards I took on a 2 month internship as a full stack dev at a tech company and have since then continued to teach myself code and build projects.
It’s been 1 year since I’ve written my first line of code and I have recently started applying to jobs with some phone interviews coming up but I have just been doubting myself lately.. I’m nervous about the interviews and I’m not sure if my projects amount to the experience level of a junior developer.
I would be so grateful to get some input from other developers as to how I’m doing after 1 year of learning full stack web development. I have recently built and deployed a movie finder application and I’m not sure if it’s a project worth showcasing to employers. Is it impressive? Is it lame? How can I improve?
All of your input, criticisms and advice would be greatly appreciated and welcomed!!
TLDR: I have been learning full stack web development for about 1 year and not sure if I’m ready for my first dev job. I have a few projects on my portfolio and would love some input from other developers as to how I’m progressing and if my projects are worth showcasing to employers.
Portfolio with my 2 Full Stack projects: https://shakerkattoula.com
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