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I started university without knowing anything about web development and I left with a great passion to learn more. Since then I have kept up to date with the moving industry. I have kept my front end skills up to date and I know that I have all the technical know howknowhow for a junior position. 

I have a disability (calledcalled cerebral palsy) it effects. It affects my walking and my speech,speech; whilst nonnone of them arethis is too severe, they haveit has played a big role onin me doubting myself. Every job that I used to see advertised used to saysaid "communication skills are a must" and, since I have a speech problem, it used to make me hold back. Months turned into 4 years. 

Now I am at a point where I really want to get started. I have the passion and commitment. At the moment I am working on building my empty gitGit account with repositories of sample work using the JavaScript technologies that I like, and a longalong the way, I am writing blog posts which I'll start publishing soon. 

I am aware that when I start applying it's not going to be easy, and I'm not going to get the first job that I apply for - but will the fact that I haven't worked for four years, that I have no commercial experience, be such a disadvantage that no one would exceptaccept me, with the idea of "where has he been for four years"? 

I started university without knowing anything about web development and I left with a great passion to learn more. Since then I have kept up to date with the moving industry. I have kept my front end skills up to date and I know that I have all the technical know how for a junior position. 

I have a disability (called cerebral palsy) it effects my walking and my speech, whilst non of them are too severe, they have played a big role on me doubting myself. Every job that I used to see advertised used to say "communication skills are a must" and since I have a speech problem, it used to make me hold back. Months turned into 4 years. 

Now I am at a point where I really want to get started. I have the passion and commitment. At the moment I am working on building my empty git account with repositories of sample work using the JavaScript technologies that I like, and a long the way, I am writing blog posts which I'll start publishing soon. 

I am aware that when I start applying it's not going to be easy, I'm not going to get the first job that I apply for but will the fact that I haven't worked for four years, that I have no commercial experience be such a disadvantage that no one would except me, with the idea of "where has he been for four years"? 

I started university without knowing anything about web development and I left with a great passion to learn more. Since then I have kept up to date with the moving industry. I have kept my front end skills up to date and I know that I have all the technical knowhow for a junior position. 

I have a disability called cerebral palsy. It affects my walking and my speech; whilst none of this is too severe, it has played a big role in me doubting myself. Every job that I used to see advertised said "communication skills are a must" and, since I have a speech problem, it used to make me hold back. Months turned into 4 years. 

Now I am at a point where I really want to get started. I have the passion and commitment. At the moment I am working on building my empty Git account with repositories of sample work using the JavaScript technologies that I like, and along the way I am writing blog posts which I'll start publishing soon. 

I am aware that when I start applying it's not going to be easy and I'm not going to get the first job that I apply for - but will the fact that I haven't worked for four years, that I have no commercial experience, be such a disadvantage that no one would accept me, with the idea of "where has he been for four years"? 

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I'm 27 year old, I graduated in 2011 but never worked since, is it too late to start in the web industry?

I started university without knowing anything about web development and I left with a great passion to learn more. Since then I have kept up to date with the moving industry. I have kept my front end skills up to date and I know that I have all the technical know how for a junior position. 

I have a disability (called cerebral palsy) it effects my walking and my speech, whilst non of them are too severe, they have played a big role on me doubting myself. Every job that I used to see advertised used to say "communication skills are a must" and since I have a speech problem, it used to make me hold back. Months turned into 4 years. 

Now I am at a point where I really want to get started. I have the passion and commitment. At the moment I am working on building my empty git account with repositories of sample work using the JavaScript technologies that I like, and a long the way, I am writing blog posts which I'll start publishing soon. 

I am aware that when I start applying it's not going to be easy, I'm not going to get the first job that I apply for but will the fact that I haven't worked for four years, that I have no commercial experience be such a disadvantage that no one would except me, with the idea of "where has he been for four years"?