Open a GitHub account and start hacking on something.
Build your own thing or join OSS projects.
We have Hacktoberfest each month!
You will always find ”good-first-pr” issues.
Try to understand issue descriptions and code review suggestions.
Don’t take them personally.
Take them as a piece of advice.
Good reviews and suggestions can teach you just as a mentor would!
Understand why your PR was rejected.
If it was accepted, and you got some nice words for it, look back to it as a reference.
Open a blog and start documenting your findings and experiences.
The apps you’ve worked on and the challenges you’ve faced.
Join Q&A platforms like StackOverflow and try to help people.
Exercise understanding of business requirements and problem descriptions.
Learn how to be efficient with your research and how to communicate online.
Build a portfolio!
Gather everything you did during your journey and show it to the world.
This is how I would try to land a job in IT today.
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