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Web developers are in high demand now. However, as the demand grows, so does the supply. The number of people in this profession is growing substantially. With competition healthy, every developer needs a portfolio that sets them apart from the rest and makes them attractive to potential employers and clients.
A portfolio is crucial for front-end web developers because it helps showcase a small part of their skills. Students or professionals looking to start building a profile can get inspiration from established developers. Here are ten portfolios that can help you get an idea of how to structure an effective display of skills and knowledge.
Jess Feldman, content manager for Course Report, met with Edgar Ayala virtually to talk about his experience with a university IT bootcamp. Ayala is a recent alum of UT Arlington’s Cloud Engineering Bootcamp powered by QuickStart (watch the full video here).
Python is one of the most popular programming languages in existence, a distinction it has enjoyed for years. Programmers all over the world use Python for a variety of projects, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, web development, desktop applications, and more.
When the QuickStart team publishes information on the growth of IT career disciplines, we typically find many publications talking about job growth in the abstract. However, a quick Google search of artificial intelligence jobs shows page after page of paid Google ads seeking candidates for top paying jobs!!! Apple, Google, Intel, Accenture…all spend money to hire candidates for their open roles, except maybe Google (I have always wondered if they charge themselves to place ads on Google). There is no question that skills in both AI and machine learning are hot commodities and are only getting hotter.
In September 2020, when many schools introduced remote learning due to the pandemic, 80% of the 1.1 million people who left the workforce were women. Now that schools are opening their doors, mothers are returning to the workforce. The IRS will begin the monthly Child Tax Credit payments in July, making it a well-timed government program for moms furthering their careers. Eligible families will receive monthly payments for each child seventeen and under (for more information, please visit https://rb.gy/7dsdzz or https://rb.gy/7aszhy).