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I don't know if there is a place looking for a developer of my caliber but, I will at least try. I have spent a lot of my young adult years working in and out of the food industry and then eventually in and out of the offices of small businesses, helping them to succeed. I have never really found a solid career that could carry me, only small stair-step businesses to get me there. I did not want to build huge amounts of college debt so I am working on getting certifications in this broad field of programming. I would love to be apart of this career more permanently. I am a driven individual and a critical thinker. I like to solve problems and sometimes I often find myself up against things that I am not sure I can solve and that is when I end up learning something new. I am motivated by learning and technology. I have been fascinated with it ever since I was a young boy and today at 26, I find myself climbing back to the world of computers more permanently. I am not going to say I have geared to handle any development issue. I have learning curves and hurdles to get through, this is why I want a company I can grow and expand with. I am an intelligent being, very bright, and experienced. However, with the right group of people behind me and the right attitude, I could be well on my way to a great career and an awesome community.

I want to continue developing, I want to make resourceful businesses, and I want to grow somewhere that has a good purpose.

If you are out there, please give me a call and leave a detailed voicemail of who you are and the business you represent. (Please do not contact me unless you are serious)

E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 775-253-2058 (Between 12PM - 6PM) GMT-7

I included a snippet of my FaceBook portfolio and work history. It is small in terms of programming background but I do have a large variety of experience. I have been programming in multiple languages off and on since I was around 13 years old, just as a hobby. Now I am going for it all the way!

   

I want to make it perfectly clear that I have not graduated or earned a degree. The reason for my FullSail experience is that I actually helped one of my best friends who attended the institute with tutoring. He was a graphical developer and game logic programmer. I helped him through the programming and we both learned a great deal. I put it down as experience in my education as many people suggested me to do. As for SNHU, I am trying to use my parents grant, because I was 26 at the time of applying they denied me my funding so I am working on using a G.I Bill from my mother to go to college and maybe get a Bachelor's in Cyber Security. I know I have her education grant on my side and I want to use it wisely. I am currently in their school system but working out the funding, I may choose another program altogether if a better alternative is available. I am also considering working for a company that can put me through school, if they offer the right opportunities I would be willing to travel to a new location for the education and work opportunity as long as they provided a salary position for me.
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(Aug-10-2020, 06:09 PM)Donovan Wrote: I don't know if there is a place looking for a developer of my caliber but, I will at least try. I have spent a lot of my young adult years working in and out of the food industry and then eventually in and out of the offices of small businesses, helping them to succeed. I have never really found a solid career that could carry me, only small stair-step businesses to get me there. I did not want to build huge amounts of college debt so I am working on getting certifications in this broad field of programming. I would love to be apart of this career more permanently. I am a driven individual and a critical thinker. I like to solve problems and sometimes I often find myself up against things that I am not sure I can solve and that is when I end up learning something new. I am motivated by learning and technology. I have been fascinated with it ever since I was a young boy and today at 26, I find myself climbing back to the world of computers more permanently. I am not going to say I have geared to handle any development issue. I have learning curves and hurdles to get through, this is why I want a company I can grow and expand with. I am an intelligent being, very bright, and experienced. However, with the right group of people behind me and the right attitude, I could be well on my way to a great career and an awesome community.

I want to continue developing, I want to make resourceful businesses, and I want to grow somewhere that has a good purpose.

If you are out there, please give me a call and leave a detailed voicemail of who you are and the business you represent. (Please do not contact me unless you are serious)

E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 775-253-2058 (Between 12PM - 6PM) GMT-7

I included a snippet of my FaceBook portfolio and work history. It is small in terms of programming background but I do have a large variety of experience. I have been programming in multiple languages off and on since I was around 13 years old, just as a hobby. Now I am going for it all the way!



I want to make it perfectly clear that I have not graduated or earned a degree. The reason for my FullSail experience is that I actually helped one of my best friends who attended the institute with tutoring. He was a graphical developer and game logic programmer. I helped him through the programming and we both learned a great deal. I put it down as experience in my education as many people suggested me to do. As for SNHU, I am trying to use my parents grant, because I was 26 at the time of applying they denied me my funding so I am working on using a G.I Bill from my mother to go to college and maybe get a Bachelor's in Cyber Security. I know I have her education grant on my side and I want to use it wisely. I am currently in their school system but working out the funding, I may choose another program altogether if a better alternative is available. I am also considering working for a company that can put me through school, if they offer the right opportunities I would be willing to travel to a new location for the education and work opportunity as long as they provided a salary position for me.

It's great to see your enthusiasm and determination to pursue a career in programming! Your diverse experience and self-motivation are excellent qualities that many companies value highly. Here are a few suggestions to help you in your job search:

Tailor Your Resume: Highlight your programming skills, certifications, and any relevant projects you've worked on. Emphasize your problem-solving abilities and your willingness to learn and grow with a company.

Build an Online Portfolio: Create a portfolio showcasing your projects, coding skills, and any freelance work you've done. This can be a great way to demonstrate your capabilities to potential employers.

Networking: Join online communities and forums related to programming and technology. LinkedIn can be a powerful tool for connecting with industry professionals and finding job opportunities. Attend local meetups or tech events to expand your network.

Freelance and Open Source: Consider taking on freelance projects or contributing to open-source projects. This not only builds your portfolio but also helps you gain experience and connect with others in the industry.

Job Boards and Websites: Regularly check job boards such as Indeed, Glassdoor, and Stack Overflow Jobs. There are also websites dedicated to remote work opportunities like We Work Remotely and Remote OK.
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