Who are you actually talking to? First I thought you were addressing me then you started talking in a 3rd person narrative…
Hey, if you don’t know any headhunters or can get one to vouch for you, then maybe you should find another career and work a gig economy job in transition. Who fault is it that you cannot network with others to find opportunities?
I said you need skills, not learn to code. If you like coding then get an ardunio board and flash some leds. You want to develop skills that deliver value employers and investors want, then know the industry and methodology.
Get your head out of the coding mindset and start thinking like someone who can define problems/solutions. Plenty of non-coding opportunities in tech that solves problems. I don’t have your problems..
- Why all the asinine commentary always come from generic profiles?