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re: Junior Developers Checklist for Landing a Remote Job VIEW POST

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I don't know how to network(as dumb as that sounds), I have been a dot net developer for years and got a job doing style sheets in XML remote for 2 years and loved it. I have been studying HTML/CSS because of the style-sheet(XML) job. But no support or any networking...

I want to be a front end developer.
Great article best regards!

 

I'm really bad at networking as well, it's never felt natural to reach out to someone out of the blue and strike up conversation. I always try to make it as mutually beneficially as I can. If there's something I can offer to the other side to make engaging with me more interesting?

The web developer community has been extremely welcoming and been filled with positive energy, much recommended!

Thanks for reading, glad you liked the post! 😁

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