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  1. In Topic: From novice to employed: Which language? About Internships?

    Posted 25 Sep 2014

    View Postmacosxnerd101, on 25 September 2014 - 03:42 PM, said:

    Check out Martyr2's Project List preview for some good ideas.


    Thanks! That's actually something I've been looking for. Everything I've thought of so far has been too complicated for a newbie.


    View Postastonecipher, on 25 September 2014 - 05:18 PM, said:

    The view is kind of twisted. Remote work greatly depends on who is doing the hiring and their trust level. Aside from that,

    What is your definition of full stack developer?


    My ex was able to get a remote job doing either .Net programming or OnBase (or both, I can't remember). He's gotten a bunch of remote and onsite offers as well. Aside from a few college courses, he's completely self taught - and lucky. I wish I knew exactly what he did because that could be something I'd want to get into later. If you didn't notice, I really want to telecommute! I'm a free-spirited stay at home mom - I'm actually dreading the 9-5, lol. But, it must be done.

    In all honesty, if I could work on-site for a while and get some much needed experience, it would be nice. Also optional telecommuting it would be awesome. Over time, I could either do side projects and build up my freelancing biz or convince my current employee to allow me to work 100% remotely.

    Anyway, my definition of full stack is everything having to do with a website: client programming, database, UI, server programming, networking. Honestly, I'm still learning as I go but I've seen the term come up a few times while looking at developer wanted ads.

    Sorry, I get a tad long winded sometimes. :)/>

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