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web development

P.s.: If I choose college, I have to go there 5 times a week, from 8am to 4pm. If I practice all this at home, I will achieve more in 7 months, this is my personal opinion, but I could use the advice of professionals :)
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m1 rvi another what? Don't write nonsense here.
So pro there in quotes, of course, no one considers you a pro
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Abraham Suliemans I wouldn't listen to the advice of a 13-year-old "pro. Considering who else he recommends to watch
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WapSter , Who died? Great video for beginners, it just tells you how things work here, what to teach, and how to act )
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Araya another one... WHERE DID I SAY I WAS A PRO?????!!! I'M A JUNIOR!!! I JUST WRITE DOWN WHAT HE CAN DO AND THEN HE CHOOSES FOR HIMSELF!!!
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You can't learn faster than you can freelance.
enter the field of freelancing

- nothing prevents you from entering the field of freelancing in your spare time
- It also takes a few years to reach the level of a june in freelancing.
I will achieve more in seven months.

- it will not be so easy for a beginner to get orders to load under 7 months

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To begin with, you are not a junior and never have been. You only become a junior when you have at least one year of experience, and not in freelance work.

About freelancing, in turn, immediately forget, because in terms of price-quality ratio you are absolutely uncompetitive.
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What?) a year of experience for a june? lol))
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Pavel Didenko , lost out on the sacrifice of marketing
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Ronald McDonald Your world is outdated, like anyone who has worked for a year is a junkie, and who has worked for five seniors? It's not a matter of sitting out the years.
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Pavel Didenko It is clear that in the advertisements for the courses you were eating different information, but in the real world, yes, a djun must have a minimum of a year's experience.
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Pavel Didenko june is not an inept person who knows the theory, but a person capable of solving simple problems on his own under close supervision at work. the key word is "on his own.

Until this skill is present, the person is not a Jun, but a trainee.
How long it takes to develop a skill depends on the person: it could be weeks, it could be years.
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Neuro What?
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Pavel Didenko How do you determine whether a person is a jung or not? Is there some standard of jung for each technology, or what?
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DevMan I absolutely agree. Someone can understand and work independently in 3 months, and someone in 2 years will not be able to do it. And the commenter at the top apparently can only measure by time
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AveWycc DevMan just above described very accurately, in my opinion
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Computer Geek. WapSter Everything would be easier if I could learn all this in an hour, but you can not learn anything in an hour, the course lasts 54 hours not counting the time spent on the task, and even after this course, without practice, you can not even become a dzhun :)
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So you decided not to go into Freelance after all?
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m1rvi I apologize for the late response. Why not? I'll finish the course to the end, do a couple of projects for the portfolio and go to freelance :)
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Abraham Suliemans All is clear, I wish you only good luck and that on the freelance customers stand in line :) !
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m1rvi Thank you! I certainly can't be bothered with customers :) I wish you the same, and more!
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If you want to go freelance in the future, go now, if the office, then you can go to college to get a "document" (if they give one).
You could combine freelancing and college at once - but that would be tough)))
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But seven months, learning everything from scratch, it seems like an unnecessary waste of time to me,

Self-taught, you'll waste years to grow up to something. But of course it depends on what kind of college, if they give you zero knowledge, then yes, it's a waste.

In 7 months, I'll do better, that's my personal opinion,

Do as you see fit. Then see if it was a mistake or the right choice and draw conclusions.
This will be 100 times more useful in the future than another learned framework.

But I could use some professional advice.

I haven't met a single career-building professional here, much less for yesterday's high school students.
And thinking about how someone built their personal career 10-15-20 years ago will only hinder you. Any fantasy on this subject has been realized by someone somewhere.
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at the junior level
at the junior level

You have a problem with concepts. Go study.

And in general, at 19 years old (left, did not finish) school - you two times stayed for a second year?

You still have to study, not freelance.
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WapSter , : (
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Abraham Suliemans or they'll eat you up on freelance jobs, or they'll work for food on shoddy tasks. Video courses !== June, it would be good if they called you for an interview at all.
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First of all, if I had chosen programming at school, I would have had to study for another 5-6 years (I graduated only at 25) and learn only the basis of the language there + 2 hours of explanation was enough for me about the structure of html, while he could explain it in 5 minutes. I did not repeat the second year of school, I completed 9 classes in Russia, and 2 more classes in Europe. And I haven't heard anything useful in your answer, just "go learn, it's too early for you to start freelancing", without any explanation of why and why this is so.
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I'm sure you'll be able to combine freelancing with your college studies.
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