I still remember what it felt like being a new developer trying to get my first job. I had lots of questions like, "Should I go back to college and get a CS degree?", "Should I work for a startup or an established company?", "Do I need to know algorithms to become a web developer?", "What technologies should I focus on?", and many more. I didn't have very many people to ask these questions, so I just figured it out for myself. Getting my first job was tough, but each job after that became easier and easier, and now, I no longer have doubts about being in the web development industry.
Today, I'm excited to announce the CareerJS podcast that I am co-hosting with my two buddies Jeffrey Biles and Erik Hanchett, where we help you navigate your software career. Whether you are brand new to the industry or you have some experience under your belt, there's something for everyone. I don't have my career completely figured out. I still have questions myself, but things are much, much better than they were 8 years ago when I first started, and hopefully our discussions and interviews can help you.
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