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December 01, 2015, 10:35:00 PM
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I have just got back into the web design and development game 6 months ago. A lot has changed since I was last coding as a hobbits. I am more of an enthusiast than much of an expert coder as I did not learn programming in university aside from the two day CakePHP workshop in New York City.

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I also have experience coding in VB.NET. PM me for more details.

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Bump. VB.NET examples can be provided by PM.

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December 20, 2015, 02:04:42 AM
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Sorry but you should learn more before you offer here webdesign or webdevelopment. I was 2 mins on your site and found so much mistakes :/
Example: You are showing mysql-errors on your site (header), You should use margin-left and margin-right because the content on your landingsite is directly on the left and right side.
Dont keep it up Smiley

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December 20, 2015, 06:24:54 PM
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Sorry but you should learn more before you offer here webdesign or webdevelopment. I was 2 mins on your site and found so much mistakes :/
Example: You are showing mysql-errors on your site (header), You should use margin-left and margin-right because the content on your landingsite is directly on the left and right side.
Dont keep it up Smiley

Best regards
Christian
What do you think about my cake project? I know my own website needs work. Thanks for encouraging me to keep going Smiley. I have other projects I am working on at the moment.

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December 29, 2015, 05:04:13 PM
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It is really clear here, that you have exactly 0 experience. I wouldn't know what I should pay you for since there is so little to show.
Right now you are unhirable.

This aside :

First : Learn all the basics to php on codeacademy or teamtreehouse.

Then learn Laravel instead of cakePHP because its designed with some really nice and more modern design choices and features.
Stop calling yourself a "insertFramework"-Programmer immediately.
Get a subscription to laracasts.com and learn the shit out of it.
Come back next year with some awesome side projects and show them off.
Additionally look for a junior developer job.




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December 29, 2015, 06:04:25 PM
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It is really clear here, that you have exactly 0 experience. I wouldn't know what I should pay you for since there is so little to show.
Right now you are unhirable.

This aside :

First : Learn all the basics to php on codeacademy or teamtreehouse.

Then learn Laravel instead of cakePHP because its designed with some really nice and more modern design choices and features.
Stop calling yourself a "insertFramework"-Programmer immediately.
Get a subscription to laracasts.com and learn the shit out of it.
Come back next year with some awesome side projects and show them off.
Additionally look for a junior developer job.
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Will do. Your last suggestion is the best. I found people hire me more in response to job posters than me advertising. I will keep learning and work with the projects I got from this forum. I'm happy to have them.

Signatures? How about learning a skill... I don't care either way. Everybody has to make a living somehow.
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