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General Discussion

Can you get a junior php developer job after the php track?

Or do you need to know more?

2 Answers

I would say yes, but you would want to practice a bit, as well as go through it a couple of time to make sure you know the subject matter well. Another place to get even deeper knowledge of PHP is the library, or outside resources such as http://www.w3schools.com/PHP/

Would you say it's a guarantee (or can be) that'll you'll get a job if you take notes on everything here and sucessfuly do the code channllenges?

Would you recommend anything else to a newbie? Like any other resources to check and stuff to study?

I've gone through some of w3schools, and got a B in a web development class where one of the assignments was to make a small form and save the results into a database (I think it was Oracle, but could have also been MySQL). I don't know what the stuff here covers, but would you say it's good enough to serve as a guarentee to get you a job somewhere?

Sadly there are no guarantees in life, but I would say the courses here prepare you to be a solid contender in the job market. It's up to you and your dedication to be the guarantee you seek.

James Barnett
James Barnett
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Without a github profile with code of several sites you've built it will be a tough sell.