Most job postings want a senior developer, others want to see a portfolio.
If you're struggling to get your first job as a developer, then you're about to discover the little know tips that will finally get you the job you want.
Here you are in another soul-crushing job search. You know the drill. You send in resume after resume just to be told: “You don’t have any experience.” It hits like a punch to the stomach. It shouldn't be like that
You should just be able to brush it off. But when 50 companies are all almost unanimous in thinking that you're not even worth a phone call, it hurts.
It feels like no one wants to give YOU a chance. You think to yourself, “If they would just give me a chance to talk, I can prove myself!”
The trick is to get past the automatic screening and getting a referral from someone in the company.
What if someone told you what you need to do to build a professional network to get referrals for a great tech job?
Following the strategies in this book, you will get that chance to prove yourself.
Break Into Tech With Twitter will teach how to get noticed and build real relationships that will benefit your career. This is not about a book about gaining the most followers or going viral and becoming a Twitter Guru.
This is about gaining and strengthening relationships that will help you get the job you want.
Here's What You'll Discover In Break Into Tech With Twitter
⭐Document Your Journey
⭐ What If I Don’t Have Any Followers?
⭐ Setting Your Profile Up For Success
⭐ Build Your Community
⭐ Other Ways To Find People to Help
⭐ Should I Only Tweet About Tech Stuff?
⭐ Building Community Off Of Twitter
⭐ Become A Creator
⭐ But I’m Scared To Start Teaching
⭐ I Don’t Have Anything New To Teach
⭐ What Kind Of Content Should I Create
⭐ The Bad Side of Twitter
⭐ Its All Comes Together