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ES6 is fucking retarded

- Tue, 18 Oct 2016 01:48:29 EST IWfbDUK4 No.36246
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Since I know you're all script-faggots, what's the best way to get a Javascript job? Have all the nerds already taken them? Should I kill myself now that I've devoted over a year of my life to this twisted language? Thanks /prog/, go fuck yourself.
Alice Clibberstone - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 14:03:27 EST sGFR0zid No.36251 Reply
You're not really giving us much info to work with here. What does your resume look like? Education? Portfolio? Any experience?
Doris Bardspear - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 19:51:12 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36252 Reply
You need to, you know "know" people.

If you aren't lying about investing a year clean up 20% of your stuff and publish it on github, then tell others about it and see what comes up.
Nathaniel Nubberlere - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 01:15:41 EST ZrbNLKIN No.36293 Reply
>devoted over a year of my life to this twisted language
you must suck

Find some tech recruiting companies, bs them to make you sound like a good coder. They will find jobs for you. Most programmers suck, so you won't stick out in low profile jobs.
Caroline Gigglesteck - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 13:38:02 EST c9gFFBFz No.36296 Reply
seriously this. Just mass apply to jobs, even things you are not qualified for, and bullshit about your abilities. I did this for a while until I got some in person interviews, took a bunch of amphetamines and kratom before the interviews, got the job, and now get contacted at least once a week by companies/recruiters offering me interviews at their company.

I even lied extensively about the depth of my personal projects, I just made sure I actually knew what I was talking about so I could explain the fictional projects during an interview. I just got an interview to be an SRE at google doing this. I am a decent programmer, but I am lazy and pretty good at convincing people I am better than I am so I tend to just do that
Lillian Susslefuck - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 16:09:00 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36301 Reply
>scam companies to employ you using forged references.
Let me tell you are both full of shit, nobody will hire a junior software developer without somebody in charge of you that will not only already possess your skillset but also the ability to tell if there's stuff you've made up.
But suppose you get past the interview, what in the world would make you think you can keep the scam going after the first month?
Samuel Cillerdale - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 16:27:52 EST c9gFFBFz No.36303 Reply
No I posses the skill set, I just like to exaggerate what I have done to in my free time to make myself look more desirable. I am very good at picking up things on the job and learning material, but I just dont like to waste time doing personal projects for the sake of my resume when I understand the underlying tech needed to do them. Im not lying about my abilities, just about what I have done. I can talk in depth about financial algorithms for bitcoin trading despite never having actually made one. I lied extensively about my past work when applying for my last two jobs and left with extremely positive recommendations from my managers.
Lillian Susslefuck - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 16:36:49 EST 9QSfnS0r No.36304 Reply

If they still hired you after mentioning buttcoins at theinterview they deserve what they've got.
Nigel Bucklestone - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 01:34:25 EST 9bCijXQS No.36352 Reply
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wouldn't they want to see the code on github? or do you just list fake projects to talk about during the interview and they never check? lol either way.

and you're saying you got a job at google doing this? lmfao. So google really just asks you a bunch of mathy algorithm problems and if you nail them they give you the job.
Emma Fivingworth - Sun, 11 Dec 2016 10:00:25 EST qRxJCjo+ No.36360 Reply
what are some example projects that would look good to employers? i'm doing one of those coding boot camp things and i've really taken a liking to javascript. i have an OOP background, java, c#, but also really love functional languages, just started learning haskell.

yes ES6 is kinda stupid though also, just worked on a project with a person who exclusively used arrow functions
Ernest Crunkinforth - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 12:04:45 EST KPocSsNJ No.36376 Reply
Why no, I do not want to opt in to someone's advertising opportunity. Thanks for asking.
Beatrice Bunspear - Sun, 18 Dec 2016 11:46:00 EST +Ue5tBQC No.36382 Reply
It's free real estate tutorials. Just use a disposable mail.
Cedric Dashstodge - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 10:56:47 EST 6AJt8tju No.36388 Reply
Are they better than the thousands of other video tutorials and books on the topic I can get without giving an email?

I doubt it.

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