Developer Portfolio Review - My Reaction [UNBELIEVABLE]

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Developer portfolio reviews...What an interesting thing to do. During the last 3 years, I've seen countless portfolios that claimed to immediately get you hired as a web developer.

And many people believed it. Just copy this, apply there, and show the employer your CS and that's it. It didn't matter that some portfolios were just
plain weather app designs that my grandma used to see on TVs back in 1997.

"All you have to do is to copy this weather app developer portfolio design and follow this developer portfolio tutorial and they will immediately open a front end developer position for you"....yea, sure.

In the real world, things don't work exactly like that. Theoretically, that COULD work, if you had a very personalized and tailored approach that would suit a specific type of employer that's well... interested in weather apps. But the job web development job market doesn't work like that, fortunately.
It would have been the biggest weather app fest, probably. Especially with all these coding bootcamps leaving beginner programming students with only knowing how to build a javascript portfolio made of a weather app...seriously?

Nevermind, that's another story.

Now listen, if you want to see a real developer portfolio website review, feel free to watch my video until the end.

In this video, you are going to see how I react to different HTML CSS and js portfolios and my thoughts about them.

Also, if you want to learn how to become a front end web developer by building a portfolio to get hired, feel free to schedule a consultation from the link above so we can talk.

Listen, if you want to have a prosperous software developer career, you have to really pay close attention to today's developer's job market needs and learn how to build a javascript portfolio (including react, html and css ) according to it.

It's the only way you will feel relevant to potential employers. This of course can be done through a systematic approach ( like I do in my program ) because it's proven to work since it already did work for many of my older students who got hired inside the front-end development industry.

The software development world is full of possibilities only for those who really learn how to focus while coding on things that matter, and that offer value to the employer. You MUST make them feel that it's worth hiring your front-end development skills. And this is of course partially reflected by your developer portfolio.

Some developer portfolio projects you will see today can also be good, so pay attention to that also, because you might be able to learn productive things.

Now, if the question is how to get a software developer job without a degree, and you want to learn more about how to get a job in front end development, feel free to schedule a call above.


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