Okay. That title sounded a bit more braggy than I wanted it to. So if you clicked, I hope I at least garnered your interest.
If you want to read the journey in detail, you can check out my post on how I got into freelancing. To give you a hint: It involved more luck than I had any right to have and I made some very stupid decisions.
The starting point of my freelance journey was a bit more than two years ago at the tender age of 19. It's been a lot of ups and downs since then, but especially since Q1 2018 I haven't really had any downs.
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding freelancing, regarding my chosen tech stack, my previous work and really anything else you might have in mind. As long as I have something to say about it, I'll be glad to tell you.
You can also find some extra tidbits about me on my profile. :)
Looking forward to your questions!
Soft skills are as critical as technical skills for a software engineer. No one works in isolation. Each person has to deal with teammates, colleagues, managers, etc. Therefore team interpersonal skills are essential too. Soft skills include things like good communication, honesty, teamwork, integrity, organization, empathy, etc.