I have a little exposure to VB and Java, but not enough to be employed as programmer. If I were to stick to say C++ or Java and buckle down with 2 semesters of classes (intro and advanced), at what stage would I be at on the path toward employment? Will employers take coding projects from classes as a work portfolio?
@persuasiveeraser it's a definite possibility, but I'd aim to be abstract and non-specific as to their origin or purpose as those types of classifications promote unnecessary judgement or restrictions. Just call them projects, continually work on them and evolve them. Quality over quantity but in the absence of quality enough quantity makes quality.
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