Got this comment on Ytube the other day:
I have trouble with getting a job. I know many web technologies, but i’m not expert in any of them. I can’t get enough experience in one technology, just by learning by myself.
Bonus points if you can guess what the mistake is.
Here’s a hint…
Also got this comment:
1 Year ago, I was a php noob and I had no clients. Today, I have 15+ clients and I am working on 4 new client sites right now. I am booked until 2017, and I have been having to actually turn down clients because I am too busy. Take a few weeks to build 2-5 Dummy sites, put them in your portfolio, find a niche. The clients will come.
What does developer B know that developer A doesn’t?
Well, you know me… I’m a bit of a tease.
It’s all in my latest podcast right over here:
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