Hi all. Prompt advice.
After the course got a job as a coder in a small web-Studio. Half a year working there. RFP minimum salary in the market. Practice a lot, but 80% is all the edits. Projects 1-2 per month total ( Lindasy, mnogostanochnikov CMS). In principle a good idea going, BUT very slowly, as a developer I single. All you have to know yourself, sometimes you sit over stupid nonsense for half a day.
And the question is is this worth it? Freelancing is essentially the same, only 10 hours a week on the road not to spend.. Or maybe is better to look for where there is a team that is clearly in the team faster development goes? Don't know what to do, but I feel that now something not so do.
Karina_Bashirian answered on March 19th 20 at 08:57
You must understand that the team no you will not pull. The prospective developer is someone who himself can solve the problem and find a solution in Google, how to ask questions correctly... And distract the team to deal with your nonsense - but negativity, nothing good will not achieve.
The only thing you're doing wrong is the approach to solving your problems. Understand the change of the office, the team will not make you smarter, more experienced. Look for the reason in your approach to work, to try to optimize it to accelerate in the work and gaining knowledge. Here is the correct question would be, what problems do you face most often, it takes a lot of time?
Dulce15 answered on March 19th 20 at 08:59
Six months after the course experience is not enough. To do the routine tasks at the beginning is normal. Patience, still with six months experience in a serious company will not call.
Ceasar answered on March 19th 20 at 09:01
Web Studio - a waste of time, unless, of course, going later to open his or provide such services on freelancing.
Master any modern front end framework and go to work in a company with significant projects and strong team.
afton.Adams answered on March 19th 20 at 09:03
You have outgrown the Studio in the first two months, just change the job
brycen_Dietrich answered on March 19th 20 at 09:05
Answer: Yes, you should look for. Don't listen to previous speakers))) it simply didn't work in collectives where there is a tradition of learning support. Such groups exist. Just find it all.