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Part time jobs for freshmen CS student?

What type of freelancing or part time jobs should I do while being a student and also want to earn money? #st #student-development #student #computer #programmer #freelance #computerScience #WebDeveloper #android #ios #technology

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What steps should I take to get into Mobile Development?

My Goal: Create an app similar to Tinder *Please note, I'm not trying to throw my hat in the ring with Tinder, Bumble, and all of those. This is just a side project that I'm interested in, I'm not considering fighting against Tinder. My Current Skills: * Minimal experience with MEAN stack and React Native (tutorials & summer internship) * Some experience with Java, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and React (summer internship & hackathons) My Resources: Youtube tutorials, Google, and Safari (such as Practical React Native: Build Two Full Projects and One Full Game using React Native) My Plan: - Pick either Android, iOS, or RN - Complete tutorials in that language until I have a solid foundation for MobileDev - Continue building my skills so I can create my goal app Now, I am 100% willing to get some scrapes and bruises in order to create my goal app, no doubt about it. However, I want to make sure that I'm on the right track and doing this efficiently. * Would it be okay for me to learn React Native first, then worry about learning native languages later? - I read about some risks with working with React Native and it seems like the general consensus is that if I'm a massive tech company, I should stick with native. I'm not a massive tech company, so I'm thinking React Native. * Should I try to learn React Native and Android at the same time if I want to go into industry? I was told that if I want a Mobile Dev job, I should be working on learning Kotlin. *Is there anything that maybe I didn't think of? I'm looking for honest and genuine insight on this, both cautious and encouraging. Thank you for your time. #technology #mobileDevelopment #mobileDev # software #engineering #internship #iOS #android #kotlin #industry #womenInTech #react #reactNative #learning #tech #programming

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What steps should I take to get into Mobile Development

My Goal: Create an app similar to Tinder *Please note, I'm not trying to throw my hat in the ring with Tinder, Bumble, and all of those. This is just a side project that I'm interested in, I'm not considering fighting against Tinder. My Current Skills: * Minimal experience with MEAN stack and React Native (tutorials & summer internship) * Some experience with Java, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and React (summer internship & hackathons) My Resources: Youtube tutorials, Google, and Safari (such as Practical React Native: Build Two Full Projects and One Full Game using React Native) My Plan: - Pick either Android, iOS, or RN - Complete tutorials in that language until I have a solid foundation for MobileDev - Continue building my skills so I can create my goal app Now, I am 100% willing to get some scrapes and bruises in order to create my goal app, no doubt about it. However, I want to make sure that I'm on the right track and doing this efficiently. * Would it be okay for me to learn React Native first, then worry about learning native languages later? - I read about some risks with working with React Native and it seems like the general consensus is that if I'm a massive tech company, I should stick with native. I'm not a massive tech company, so I'm thinking React Native. * Should I try to learn React Native and Android at the same time if I want to go into industry? I was told that if I want a Mobile Dev job, I should be working on learning Kotlin. *Is there anything that maybe I didn't think of? I'm looking for honest and genuine insight on this, both cautious and encouraging. Thank you for your time. #technology #mobileDevelopment #mobileDev # software #engineering #internship #iOS #android #kotlin #industry #womenInTech #react #reactNative #learning #tech

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how long will it take to achieve my goal?

I am asking this because I want to know when to start my career #professional #author #ios

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Blessed Joshua 1960 views

I'm thinking of learning how to develop mobile apps. Which is more valuable to companies iOS or Android? I

I can't decide which operating system to focus on. #software #software-development #software-engineer #android #ios #mobile #mobile-app

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can you explain about campus selection?

I was passed my 2nd puc. #ios

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Sowmiya776 views

i have dysgrapia and but how i became a lawyer

i learn by my mother be truthful in lawyer #ios #buffet

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William1729 views

What website is best to learn coding (Javascript, iOS, Unity)?

As a sort of follow up to my last question (https://careervillage.org/questions/12629/what-all-do-you-need-to-do-and-have-to-be-a-computer-and-program-designer), I am currently using a website called Code School (https://codeschool.com/), but I want to know if that is a good website. It teaches Ruby, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, iOS, Git, and Database(SQL and No-SQL). are their any other I could do in partner to that, or should I ditch Code School and do something different. If you could also post a link in your question that would be nice. Thank you so much! #coding #ios #javascript #html #css #ruby

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What all do you need to do and have to be a Computer and Program Designer?

I was always just amazed by technology and how fast its growing. I want to help that process but I don't know exactly how. I am using a website called Code School (https://www.codeschool.com/), and I'm learning JavaScript and iOS. How would I get into the programming field because, as I said I want to be a part in advancing technology and find out how to do things will coding that can save lives, save money, or even as simple as play games. Where do I need to start, and are there any other websites I can use to further my education on technology and coding? Thank you to anyone who reads all of this and can help me. Have a excellent day! :) #technology #tech #ios #javascript

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How to go about becoming a computer animator?

Hello my name is Furqan I'm 16 and I'm in the 10th grade and I live in the New York area. I would like to know of some good sources to help me become a computer animator to make 3D or 2D IOS video games. Or any jobs that will help me get some help in the field. #video-games #3d-animation #ios #animator #mobile

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