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Applying for Frontend Job
But, I have never gone for a development job before, in fact, it's the reason I enlisted into Treehouse, is because I am serious about turning it from a hobby into a profession. So I want to be prepared.
In the list of "desirable" skills. There is Bootstrap and Angular, I have followed one of the Bootstrap courses here and have some knowledge to back myself up and will be attempting to go through Angular over the next few days to get somewhat of an understanding of it.
However, I was wondering if there's any advice people might have going for a Front End job? What to expect. And I will attempt to accommodate and if I don't get it, use it as a learning experience to what'll help in the future.
I recently came across this on github that has a pretty long list of potential interview questions for front end developers. Hope it helps you and good luck!