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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by africonn: 5:55pm On Feb 21
grin grin grin

This thread na cruise!!

I agree with the seniors in d house but what he is simply saying is that if you want to make money do what no one is willing to do. NPM being the largest code repo proofs being a junior in such environments with so many devs is a waste of time if you are in Africa and trying to make a living. I hate been compared to some in UK or USA, of course life is easier there but here u got to use your head. How do you even becomes a mid level dev when u have never gotten a job in your stack.

You guys have probably been in the game for a while and have built connections, gotten jobs, gigs in the past. it is easy to say learn Node.js. But remember that the lockdown produced millions of junior self taught devs, Youtube tech channels is the proof for this.

Summary:
If : you want to over train yourself before you get your first gig jumping from one projects, open source stuffs, tools etc. - choose Node.js or what not
else : Choose a small niche with plenty opportunities and lesser competitions not necessary wordpress, odoo et al

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by ClixMaster: 8:01pm On Feb 21
Learn what puts money in your pocket fast. This is naija, before hunger frustrate you out of this life. I stand with op full time. We can always upgrade when we are balanced enough cheesy grin

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by longjames4(m): 8:09pm On Feb 21
Thank sir
I can create website with wordpress like that http://josephima.unaux.com, http://staragent.epizy.com
I have four project and I have been look for job on upwork and freelancer.
My skill
Html
Css
Wordpress
C#- only learn for 6 month no project.
Someone told me to learn javascript and php to get job but want to know the language to learn javascript or php
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 8:14pm On Feb 21
longjames4:
Thank sir
I can create website with wordpress like that http://josephima.unaux.com, http://staragent.epizy.com
I have four project and I have been look for job on upwork and freelancer.
My skill
Html
Css
Wordpress
C#- only learn for 6 month no project.
Someone told me to learn javascript and php to get job but want to know the language to learn javascript or php
What kind of website is that. The animations are too much. You rushed through the whole thing. You also learnt c# for six months no project. Learn JavaScript pick a JavaScript Framework then learn PHP and wordpress deeply. I am not talking about the drag and drop part of wordpress o. The coding aspect and don't build sites from.your head. If you can't pay a designer take popular sites that look beautiful and remake them.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by naijasensei: 10:14pm On Feb 21
longjames4:
Thank sir
I can create website with wordpress like that http://josephima.unaux.com, http://staragent.epizy.com
I have four project and I have been look for job on upwork and freelancer.
My skill
Html
Css
Wordpress
C#- only learn for 6 month no project.
Someone told me to learn javascript and php to get job but want to know the language to learn javascript or php

As per your question, Javascript and PHP are programming languages. Also, I observed a lot of grammar and spelling errors on the sites you provided.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by spartan117(m): 11:32pm On Feb 21
MrJavaS:
I'll just learn both. But seriously I don't know why most fellas don't like the MERN stack
Not most. It's just a few fellas on this forum that are misleading newbies into hating MERN

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by Sheriman(m): 2:04am On Feb 22
tensazangetsu20:
Tech is honestly the best industry to get into right now. The opportunities are numerous. Almost every job vacancy out there is tech this tech that, developer this and developer that. I stayed in school for 4 years studying for a useless engineering degree and I have never in my life seen a vacancy for the rubbish I studied but there are tech roles every day. But in spite of so many jobs in tech, a lot of new developers struggle to get opportunities. I started being active in the tech community recently and I am meeting developers who have been coding for 5 to 7 years but have never had an opportunity. Talking with them has led me to discover that it's actually not the tech industry but a few of the reasons I am listing below.

1. You follow the trends: A lot of us developers love to focus on the sexy trendy stuff. Newsflash, what is sexy and trendy isn't used and even when used is used by very few companies. So millions of people who have struggled to learn the sexy stuff are all going to fight for those few roles out there. Take for example the latest coolest CSS framework tailwind. It's really cool and hyped up and it's like the go-to framework right now but the thing is in the industry people are still using bootstrap. People are learning tailwind but they don't know the number one CSS framework out there. Just because something is cool and sexy doesn't mean that everyone is going to switch to it overnight.

If you give junior developers a chance between Angular, React, and Vue. A lot of people are going to pick Vue. They will say it's sexy and cool and has a ton of GitHub stars. There are jobs using Vue but they are so few compared to React and Angular that you would be pigeonholing yourself by learning that. Theres a whole of difference between coding for fun and coding to get a job.

2. You have unrealistic expectations: This is something I usually see on Reddit cscareerquestions but it seems to becoming a norm amongst everybody. People believe that if your salary isnt starting at 100k USD a year or you dont work for a tech company, you arent a developer. Its so elitist and unfortunately a lot of developers in Nigeria are beginning to have this mindset. They learn HTML, CSS, JS. They have built absolutely no projects but because someone said you need the knowledge of DSA to get a job they immediately start grinding leetcode day and night with the hope of getting into Google. You learnt to code from a Udemy course and you really want to compete at DSAs with people who went to MIT. People who have been doing competitive programming since 5 years old. People who get gold medals at the international olympaids of informatics like its nothing. grin grin grin. Funny enough, I also had this mindset when I was learning to code but corrected myself later on. The truth is that not every tech job out there tests with DSA or needs knowledge of DSA and not everybody must work for a big tech company. This reasoning is so flawed. It is like saying every lawyer must work for law firms like wale olanipekun and co or every engineer must work for exxonmobil. There are a ton of jobs that will pay you well as a junior developer like really well and you need not struggle to get them. They wont test you with DSA. They would only look at the complexities of your projects and go through them with you. By well paid I am talking of 500k and above. Ask yourself how many people asking you to do DSA in Nigeria have not yet worked at Google. There are even whatsapp groups dedicated to DSA and if you cant solve one you are kicked out. The person giving you DSA is not working at Google or Facebook hmm give yourself a brain o.


3. You do not know how to cut off the bullshit from social media: There's so much information out there today but if you don't know how to cut off the bullshit from what you need, you would waste your time. A lot of influencers and creators are putting information out there for themselves. They follow the algorithms and put out what is going to give them the most value in terms of money for their time. If I put out WordPress content, nobody will watch it but if I go out there and make MERN stack tutorials I would be getting millions of views but to be truthful you do not need the MERN stack as a junior. No one is using MongoDB in prod. Very few websites use Nodejs. You are just limiting yourself with that. If you want to be a full stack developer look at things like C# and Java springboot. Those pay really really well and there are even certifications you can acquire in those frameworks that can help get you opportunities at enterprise companies that use them especially if you don't have a computer science degree.

4 Your projects are not worth paying for: People put out calculators, todo lists, tictactoe games and a lot of bullshit on their portfolio and wonder why they aren't getting interviews. You have applied for 100 jobs and haven't been called back and you absolutely do not know the reason why. Nobody is going to hire you with a to-do list and a calculator on your portfolio. Even if you get an interview, is a calculator something you are going to show your interviewer. What happened to making a social media application, a chat application, a blog, an analytic tool, a dashboard. Something that people actually use in the real world every day. I remember one of the first interviews I have, one of my projects was a payment application I used paystacks API for. Everything was done with HTML, CSS and Javascript and once my interviewer saw the project and the button I used to connect the API, he made an offer to me immediately. Your projects matter especially as a beginner. One solid project is better than 100 garbage projects.

5 You don't research: Honestly, in this tech thing, I take what everyone is saying as bullshit. The senior developer I work with an Australian guy was telling me to learn web assembly if I really want to get a job with visa sponsorship which I so desperately need. I am tired of remote especially doing it from this shithole zoo of a country. I went to Linkedin Jobs and various countries indeed websites and I couldn't even see up to 500 jobs total in web assembly. Why would I waste time learning something that has no jobs because it might be relevant in ten years. Nodejs came out in 2009 and it is still not relevant in 2021. What is the probability that web assembly will be relevant in 2031. Research. When people tell you to learn a technology. Go to linkedinjobs and indeed and check how many jobs exist for that technology worldwide. People always advise you from their own point of view but the point of view of a senior developer in America, Europe or Australia is not the same for you a junior developer in the world's poverty capital.

Tech pays provided you do it right men.
Gbamsolutely!! You nailed it bro!! Let me add my own. We have some Nigerian junior developers that they don't want to learn one programming language and be the best at it. They prefer jumping from one language to other without fully understand anyone of them. I think programming is not about learning every language, the best idea is to fully understand and know a language.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by ClixMaster: 4:31pm On Feb 22
Sheriman:

Gbamsolutely!! You nailed it bro!! Let me add my own. We have some Nigerian junior developers that they don't want to learn one programming language and be the best at it. They prefer jumping from one language to other without fully understand anyone of them. I think programming is not about learning every language, the best idea is to fully understand and know a language.
Exactly. Niching down is bae grin

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by RemiAbdulSamad(m): 7:35pm On Feb 22
Philfit:

Good day Abdulsamad how did you create your portfolio? It looks amazing, thank you.
I just code it bro. Just HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Nothing much.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by Daevuon: 9:17am On Feb 23
Please am a junior developer currently with the following stack knowledge
Html
Css
Javascript
Python
Dajngo
Flask...
What do you think about Django and flask frameworks

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 9:26am On Feb 23
Daevuon:
Please am a junior developer currently with the following stack knowledge
Html
Css
Javascript
Python
Dajngo
Flask...
What do you think about Django and flask frameworks
Getting a job might be more difficult than finding a white woman above 25 who is still a virgin with those stacks. It's a good stack if you intend to start your own company though.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by MrJavaS: 9:47am On Feb 23
spartan117:

Not most. It's just a few fellas on this forum that are misleading newbies into hating MERN

Seriously I prefer using the MERN stack. But the fact that PHP puts more food on the table makes me want to migrate

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by Semaphore: 1:48pm On Feb 23
tensazangetsu20:
Tech is honestly the best industry to get into right now. The opportunities are numerous. Almost every job vacancy out there is tech this tech that, developer this and developer that. I stayed in school for 4 years studying for a useless engineering degree and I have never in my life seen a vacancy for the rubbish I studied but there are tech roles every day. But in spite of so many jobs in tech, a lot of new developers struggle to get opportunities. I started being active in the tech community recently and I am meeting developers who have been coding for 5 to 7 years but have never had an opportunity. Talking with them has led me to discover that it's actually not the tech industry but a few of the reasons I am listing below.

1. You follow the trends: A lot of us developers love to focus on the sexy trendy stuff. Newsflash, what is sexy and trendy isn't used and even when used is used by very few companies. So millions of people who have struggled to learn the sexy stuff are all going to fight for those few roles out there. Take for example the latest coolest CSS framework tailwind. It's really cool and hyped up and it's like the go-to framework right now but the thing is in the industry people are still using bootstrap. People are learning tailwind but they don't know the number one CSS framework out there. Just because something is cool and sexy doesn't mean that everyone is going to switch to it overnight.

If you give junior developers a chance between Angular, React, and Vue. A lot of people are going to pick Vue. They will say it's sexy and cool and has a ton of GitHub stars. There are jobs using Vue but they are so few compared to React and Angular that you would be pigeonholing yourself by learning that. Theres a whole of difference between coding for fun and coding to get a job.

2. You have unrealistic expectations: This is something I usually see on Reddit cscareerquestions but it seems to becoming a norm amongst everybody. People believe that if your salary isnt starting at 100k USD a year or you dont work for a tech company, you arent a developer. Its so elitist and unfortunately a lot of developers in Nigeria are beginning to have this mindset. They learn HTML, CSS, JS. They have built absolutely no projects but because someone said you need the knowledge of DSA to get a job they immediately start grinding leetcode day and night with the hope of getting into Google. You learnt to code from a Udemy course and you really want to compete at DSAs with people who went to MIT. People who have been doing competitive programming since 5 years old. People who get gold medals at the international olympaids of informatics like its nothing. grin grin grin. Funny enough, I also had this mindset when I was learning to code but corrected myself later on. The truth is that not every tech job out there tests with DSA or needs knowledge of DSA and not everybody must work for a big tech company. This reasoning is so flawed. It is like saying every lawyer must work for law firms like wale olanipekun and co or every engineer must work for exxonmobil. There are a ton of jobs that will pay you well as a junior developer like really well and you need not struggle to get them. They wont test you with DSA. They would only look at the complexities of your projects and go through them with you. By well paid I am talking of 500k and above. Ask yourself how many people asking you to do DSA in Nigeria have not yet worked at Google. There are even whatsapp groups dedicated to DSA and if you cant solve one you are kicked out. The person giving you DSA is not working at Google or Facebook hmm give yourself a brain o.


3. You do not know how to cut off the bullshit from social media: There's so much information out there today but if you don't know how to cut off the bullshit from what you need, you would waste your time. A lot of influencers and creators are putting information out there for themselves. They follow the algorithms and put out what is going to give them the most value in terms of money for their time. If I put out WordPress content, nobody will watch it but if I go out there and make MERN stack tutorials I would be getting millions of views but to be truthful you do not need the MERN stack as a junior. No one is using MongoDB in prod. Very few websites use Nodejs. You are just limiting yourself with that. If you want to be a full stack developer look at things like C# and Java springboot. Those pay really really well and there are even certifications you can acquire in those frameworks that can help get you opportunities at enterprise companies that use them especially if you don't have a computer science degree.

4 Your projects are not worth paying for: People put out calculators, todo lists, tictactoe games and a lot of bullshit on their portfolio and wonder why they aren't getting interviews. You have applied for 100 jobs and haven't been called back and you absolutely do not know the reason why. Nobody is going to hire you with a to-do list and a calculator on your portfolio. Even if you get an interview, is a calculator something you are going to show your interviewer. What happened to making a social media application, a chat application, a blog, an analytic tool, a dashboard. Something that people actually use in the real world every day. I remember one of the first interviews I have, one of my projects was a payment application I used paystacks API for. Everything was done with HTML, CSS and Javascript and once my interviewer saw the project and the button I used to connect the API, he made an offer to me immediately. Your projects matter especially as a beginner. One solid project is better than 100 garbage projects.

5 You don't research: Honestly, in this tech thing, I take what everyone is saying as bullshit. The senior developer I work with an Australian guy was telling me to learn web assembly if I really want to get a job with visa sponsorship which I so desperately need. I am tired of remote especially doing it from this shithole zoo of a country. I went to Linkedin Jobs and various countries indeed websites and I couldn't even see up to 500 jobs total in web assembly. Why would I waste time learning something that has no jobs because it might be relevant in ten years. Nodejs came out in 2009 and it is still not relevant in 2021. What is the probability that web assembly will be relevant in 2031. Research. When people tell you to learn a technology. Go to linkedinjobs and indeed and check how many jobs exist for that technology worldwide. People always advise you from their own point of view but the point of view of a senior developer in America, Europe or Australia is not the same for you a junior developer in the world's poverty capital.

Tech pays provided you do it right men.
hey bro if you don't understand anything about something, then be quiet about it. Talking about data structures and algorithm, they are very important and if you likely get an interview in any top companies abroad you will likely flop as most questions are on DSA, that's why Nigerians with this mentality are the ones who write buggy code, have zero knowledge of memory management. When you do things that anyone with proper programming knowledge can go on YouTube and watch and implement in his project, then you come up here and write trash. from your description, your core skills are frontend based, go and so focus on it, infact 80% of people that call themselves developers in this country are frontend and they feel so high. I have met programmers who write code and not markup language, who program hardware and build crazy hardware, those who perform advance research on Ai and they don't talk ignorantly. So learn to know that you have lots of stuff to learn

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 1:58pm On Feb 23
Semaphore:
hey bro if you don't understand anything about something, then be quiet about it. Talking about data structures and algorithm, they are very important and if you likely get an interview in any top companies abroad you will likely flop as most questions are on DSA, that's why Nigerians with this mentality are the ones who write buggy code, have zero knowledge of memory management. When you do things that anyone with proper programming knowledge can go on YouTube and watch and implement in his project, then you come up here and write trash. from your description, your core skills are frontend based, go and so focus on it, infact 80% of people that call themselves developers in this country are frontend and they feel so high. I have met programmers who write code and not markup language, who program hardware and build crazy hardware, those who perform advance research on Ai and they don't talk ignorantly. So learn to know that you have lots of stuff to learn
I hope you are an SRE 3 at google. Most of my posts are just geared to juniors getting jobs and opportunities in the industry. Memory management, bla bla bla. Guy we are in the world's poverty capital. How many companies here make use of high end tech products. To even get a job in the big tech companies here is based on who you know.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by Albertone(m): 6:50pm On Feb 23
RemiAbdulSamad:
Thanks boss

You have a nice portfolio and a good eye for UI/UX designs.

When did you start learning?

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 11:12pm On Feb 23
tensazangetsu20:

I hope you are an SRE 3 at google. Most of my posts are just geared to juniors getting jobs and opportunities in the industry. Memory management, bla bla bla. Guy we are in the world's poverty capital. How many companies here make use of high end tech products. To even get a job in the big tech companies here is based on who you know.

That dude said "if u ain't sure about something, don't speak", but you'll still speaking
How many companies have you worked for to conclude that only a few use high-end tech products?
Plus having to know somebody before you are employed in tech is VERY FALSE.
The dude might not even be an entry-level engineer at FAANG, but he hit it spot on. You're a frontend engineer developer
and most trash like these e.g. who DSA help usually comes from them.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by longjames4(m): 3:40am On Feb 24
What kind of website is that. The animations are too much. You rushed through the whole thing. You also learnt c# for six months no project. Learn JavaScript pick a JavaScript Framework then learn PHP and wordpress deeply. I am not talking about the drag and drop part of wordpress o. The coding aspect and don't build sites from.your head. If you can't pay a designer take popular sites that look beautiful and remake them.

I will change it
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by longjames4(m): 3:46am On Feb 24
As per your question, Javascript and PHP are programming languages. Also, I observed a lot of grammar and spelling errors on the sites you provided.


I Will change it but sometime I don't know what to write, I have take copywriter class. Still I still find it hard to know what to write, If will check in my mission and vision you see I only wrote little word.
Thinking of how to develop my grammar and spelling skills

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 6:02am On Feb 24
cixak95211:


That dude said "if u ain't sure about something, don't speak", but you'll still speaking
How many companies have you worked for to conclude that only a few use high-end tech products?
Plus having to know somebody before you are employed in tech is VERY FALSE.
The dude might not even be an entry-level engineer at FAANG, but he hit it spot on. You're a frontend engineer developer
and most trash like these e.g. who DSA help usually comes from them.
Happens a lot in Nigeria for the top tech companies. People are employed based on referrals. Yen Yen Yen my post are only to beginners frontend or backend looking to get into the industry.

Someone learning coding for 3 months and learning DSA is unlikely to get into Google. Of course peoppe have done it but look at their backgrounds. My post are geared to juniors looking to break into tech. Leave the cool things first. Learn the unsexy things. Get in, get some experience and go for the cool things. And FYI, I don't only do frontend work and honestly stop quoting my posts. I saw your last post where you made a mockery of salesforce and what I will do with it.

Frontend engineer or developer doesn't really matter to me. I have an engineering degree and already got the engineer title so go tell that shit to someone else. I am providing massive value for my employers and that's all that matters.

Don't quote me again!!!!

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 7:12am On Feb 24
tensazangetsu20:

Happens a lot in Nigeria for the top tech companies. People are employed based on referrals. Yen Yen Yen my post are only to beginners frontend or backend looking to get into the industry.

Someone learning coding for 3 months and learning DSA is unlikely to get into Google. Of course peoppe have done it but look at their backgrounds. My post are geared to juniors looking to break into tech. Leave the cool things first. Learn the unsexy things. Get in, get some experience and go for the cool things. And FYI, I don't only do frontend work and honestly stop quoting my posts. I saw your last post where you made a mockery of salesforce and what I will do with it.

Frontend engineer or developer doesn't really matter to me. I have an engineering degree and already got the engineer title so go tell that shit to someone else. I am providing massive value for my employers and that's all that matters.


Don't quote me again!!!!

Stop spilling trash and nobody would quote "against" you . . .
You're nowhere being called an engineer . . . you're still a developer. Take pride in that, it doesn't belittle you or make you a lesser man
Having an engineering degree doesn't make you a software engineer, if I ask how old you are again, you'll find that insulting. But another ignorant talk spilled yet again. You're still a junior and still on the learning curve, so you cannot advice what works best. cos you're even yet to find your bearing in the vast world of engineering. Wait till at least you're intermediate, then you can look back and say, Hey this worked for me and this did not.
It's funny how a "toddler" who has barely walked can offer advice of how to partake in a marathon.
Or how a juvenile who just got into prison and in less than a year, feels he is in the best position to explain how the prison system works?
Stop watching too much Youtube.
Cheers and goodluck.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:19am On Feb 24
cixak95211:


Stop spilling trash and nobody would quote "against" you . . .
You're nowhere being called an engineer . . . you're still a developer. Take pride in that, it doesn't belittle you or make you a lesser man
Having an engineering degree doesn't make you a software engineer, if I ask how old you are again, you'll find that insulting. But another ignorant talk spilled yet again. You're still a junior and still on the learning curve, so you cannot advice what works best. cos you're even yet to find your bearing in the vast world of engineering. Wait till at least you're intermediate, then you can look back and say, Hey this worked for me and this did not.
It's funny how a "toddler" who has barely walked can offer advice of how to partake in a marathon.
Or how a juvenile who just got into prison and in less than a year, feels he is in the best position to explain how the prison system works?
Stop watching too much Youtube.
Cheers and goodluck.
You are a very big fool. I rarely insult people online but you have made me to. Who even made you a senior. A senior who doesn't know the first rule of responsive design. Senior my ass. Continue to receive yourself. You really over estimate yourself.


Stop making quotes on my threads. You guys just feel yourself so much in this country all for nothing. I am glad I don't work with people like you undecided
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:34am On Feb 24
Juniors be weary of people like that idiot. It's how he advised someone on an older thread to go and learn C++. So many people are learning to code now and you have to be strategic to get returns from it. Don't go and learn what you will be unemployed for 4 years. Time is worst thing to waste in this world. They call themselves senior. Who made them senior?

Hunger and poverty no send anybody o and in Nigeria you are already disadvantaged from the get go. I am still a junior like many in this section and my goal from day one has been to help other juniors with what has worked for me.

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 7:35am On Feb 24
tensazangetsu20:

You are a very big fool. I rarely insult people online but you have made me to. Who even made you a senior. A senior who doesn't know the first rule of responsive design. Senior my ass. Continue to receive yourself. You really over estimate yourself.


Stop making quotes on my threads. You guys just feel yourself so much in this country all for nothing. I am glad I don't work with people like you undecided

Spencer !!! Some mothers do have them . . .
I have never for once called myself a senior, that is left for you to find out yourself . . . but I am very sure when I started writing code, you were still in the nursery. Plus I never called myself a UI/UX designer . . Ignorant talk yet again. An engineer could be A-rated at the backend and cannot write 1 line of CSS as there are cloud engineers who cannot write 1 line of React. You don't know that? I expect a junior not do for sure.
Plus my project has approximately 120K lines of codes on both ends and runs on 6 servers. I'll like to see you try. Write yours let's see. I smell envy??
I have attached receipts for you. I am correcting you, take pride in it. I review codes every day for people who have been long in the game before you. If that makes a senior, hell yeah I accept it

Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:39am On Feb 24
cixak95211:


Spencer !!! Some mothers do have them . . .
I have never for once called myself a senior, that is left for you to find out yourself . . . but I am very sure when I started writing code, you were still in the nursery. Plus I never called myself a UI/UX designer . . Ignorant talk yet again. An engineer could be A-rated at the backend and cannot write 1 line of CSS as there are cloud engineers who cannot write 1 line of React. You don't know that? I expect a junior not do for sure.
Plus my project has approximately 120K lines of codes on both ends and runs on 6 servers. I'll like to see you try. Write yours let's see. I smell envy??
I have attached receipts for you. I am correcting you, take pride in it. I review codes every day for people who have been long in the game before you. If that makes a senior, hell yeah I accept it
Masa stop posting your garbage code for your garbage project that no one is going to use. cheesy so it's lines of code you want to use to compare now. Seriously. Me that had built my own CMS as a toy project. Like I said again, I am so glad I don't work with people like you. Review garbage codes for your other garbage developers.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 7:40am On Feb 24
If Andela trusts me enough to review people's code, you should probably keep shut when I speak, but hey man, I don't do that
I don't Lord it over people, even those I well know are waaaay below me. My only plea is stop spilling trash, how hard could that get?
Do what pleases you, I don't have time to trade words. But I will not be here and see you post trash. Prepare to always get quoted. Goodluck once again
garbage project? lol
Envy once again. See pictures attached.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 7:45am On Feb 24
One more to make u sleep well at night . . And probably regret your life, wishing your parents had done better
in bringing you up.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:48am On Feb 24
cixak95211:
One more to make u sleep well at night . . And probably regret your life, wishing your parents had done better
in bringing you up.
I should be jumping for 246 users cheesy cheesy. See how you are just embarassing yourself here. I can get 246 users for a tech product with a well planned google campaign. I ran a business and E commerce and I was doing more in revenue than what you are doing now and I didn't even know one line of code. Thats rubbish men.

Your product is garbage. Who is going to use it over the free alternatives that exist but even the final product that comes out of it is also garbage. In the era of solid amazing no code tools who's going to use enshelf. Let's come back in 2 years and know how many users you have na today?.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 7:52am On Feb 24
^^^ grin grin grin
I can do this , I can do that . . I did this, I did that
I made this, I made that.
[b]Hey man shut up and do it.
[/b]Oh I forgot , it's the illiteracy in you speaking.
Your folks must be turning in their graves and very proud of you right now, son of a gun !

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Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:54am On Feb 24
cixak95211:
^^^ grin grin grin
I can do this , I can do that . . I did this, I did that
I made this, I made that.
[b]Hey man shut up and do it.
[/b]Oh I forgot , it's the illiteracy in you speaking.
Your folks must be turning in their graves and very proud of you right now.
2 years time. Let's see if it's not dead then. I repeat who will use your garbage to the millions of better well thought out free alternatives that exist?
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 7:55am On Feb 24
tensazangetsu20:

2 years time. Let's see if it's not dead then. I repeat who will use your garbage to the millions of better well thought out free alternatives that exist?

one thing I can assure you is in 2 year, we;ll still be here and would have employed every folk in your lineage
as company drivers and cleaners . . take that to the bank. I can be very petty.
The black man hate to see another n!gga made it. I do not expect anybody from your lineage to pay for stuffs.
Y'all rather download cracks and piated music over streaming. People pay for Netflix everyday and pay for Spotify when there are free alternatives
F000ool. I am not expecting u to pay either . . Have you eaten today?
I am not responsible for your parents misfortune.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:58am On Feb 24
cixak95211:


one thing I can assure you is in 2 year, we;ll still be here and would have employed every folk in your lineage
as company drivers and cleaners . . take that to the bank.
Hahahaha. cheesy cheesy. You don't even know who's in my lineage. Ode is posting his LinkedIn because of a bruised ego. Team Lead at a no name company. Masa go and work for Google then you can come and talk. Shebi you know DSA. Put ex google ex Facebook on that LinkedIn there then we can talk. Enshelf my ass. 2 years time we dey here, Godwilling we go see where E dey.
Re: Why So Many Junior Developers Struggle To Get An Opportunity. by cixak95211: 8:00am On Feb 24
tensazangetsu20:

Hahahaha. cheesy cheesy. You don't even know who's in my lineage. Ode is posting his LinkedIn because of a bruised ego. Team Lead at a no name company. Masa go and work for Google then you can come and talk. Shebi you know DSA. Put ex google ex Facebook on that LinkedIn there then we can talk. Enshelf my ass. 2 years time we dey here, Godwilling we go see where E dey.

Lets see your LinkedIn sir . . I promise not to taunt you. grin grin grin grin grin

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