honestly pure coding does not have to save you anymore when it comes to job interview. Competition is huge. Every kid can do a website these days.
I turned 28 that means nearing my 30 years real soon :)
Question is easy:
**What do you think is useful and/or necessary to know apart core coding skills ?**
And I do not mean here things like Photoshop, I mean stuff like, soft skills, project management, etc.
Whatever you can think of.
Share your experience with me and others.
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I was maybe too general in that statement “with kids” and “only” simple websites :)
Of course no kid will be hired to take care of corporate CRM, web app or anything more complex.
What I wanted to say is, that by my opinion you cannot hard code “by hand” till the end of the career, like when being 40, 50 y.o.
I guess as @JoshWhite mentions, one should perhaps focus more on team leading, managing things after “ehhm” learning enough technical skills to get the job done.
@JoshBlackwood … thumbs up, I would not say it better :)
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