Top 5 things most junior developers forget, before applying a (new) job!

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Single course / Frontend related topics like VueJS, ReactJS and Angular
February 15th 2018
Theater Amsterdam

  • Luca Mezzalira (Google Developer Expert)
  • Simona Cotin (Developer Advocate Microsoft)
  • Michel Westrate (Creator MobX & Tech lead Mendix)
  • Norbert de Lange (Senior Frontend Consultant Xebia)

Single course / VueJS related topics!
February 16th 2018
Theater Amsterdam

  • Evan You (Vue.js Creator)
  • Sarah Drasner (Developer Advocate Microsoft)
  • Guillaume Chau (Core team member Vue.JS)
  • Sebastien Chopin (NuxtJS co-author)
  1. Collect code example’s, put them on your portfolio!
  2. Take code snippets from your previous projects, where you are extremely proud of!
  3. Think about a few reasons why they should pick you! Or why would you want to work for them!
  4. Read the job descriptions carefully! What are they asking? Do you see yourself in that position?
  5. Be yourself! Don’t try to show your better than your actually are! The truth will always find you!

Originally published at Mr Frontend Blog.

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