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Start by learning one of the languages that is in demand today. Next, learn how to use the framework that is associated with that language. Usually learning a language alone is not enough. You need to actually learn the frameworks that use them as well. For example if you were studying java then you would also be learning about android. If you were ...


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So the best answer would be to get a degree in computer science, as this opens up a lot of doors early on in your career (and some places won't even hire a senior developer without the degree), but if that is not feasible, it is possible to get a position if you can demonstrate that you posses the knowledge to do the job. I would advise writing some ...


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Python is the 4th most widely used language at the moment, so just apply for jobs. Not all companies will require a degree, and even those that say they do may still talk to you if they don't get many other applicants. Most junior programmer jobs don't actually need degree-level knowledge, companies just ask for it so they don't get swamped by people with ...


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I am a software engineer and a good friend is a data engineer “Data Engineering” is not a well defined term. On one extreme, it’s another name for typical data science and business analytics. On the other, it is no different from backend software engineering with databases or frontend engineering with API calls and state changes. A software engineering ...


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