You're going to have to put in a lot of work in order to make yourself marketable and seem like a good candidate who actually knows and has built stuff with these three technologies. Completing a couple courses isn't going to do it. You're really unlikely to get a job with just those three things by, you know.
You can build a lot of really great stuff, but if you don't actually put in the work to build those things if you don't actually put in the time to build your own portfolio. If you don't actually find some way to get real-world experience and contribute to projects try to get yourself out there and show that you actually know how to apply those things rather than just say that you've learned them.
I see people that will say, oh, I completed the whole freecodecamp responsive web design section and then I'll ask them if they actually did the projects and they're like, no, I just did the curriculum, skipped the projects and I kind of laugh because I'm like then you don't know. You kind of studied something and you basically had an open book test to pass something, and that's not going to help you if you don't build these things, because building this stuff is where you're going to learn the most.
And if you're just thinking that you're going to go through these different courses and needs different curriculums online and not build anything and just do multiple-choice questions or just have the tutorial open book walk you through every single thing you need to do and just type in the answer that you're reading.
Basically, right on the screen and typing it into an integrated text editor. And you're never actually building a project from scratch, and you've never actually, structuring a project and structuring your HTML and CSS files and calling your scripts, or setting up the seeds that you want to use in your HTML whiles building all this stuff on your own then you don't know anything and you're not going to get hired with that.
With all, In order to get hired or even to be considered for an interview or a phone call. And that's pretty much of it. You're also going to need a resume. You're going to need a portfolio. Going to need to GitHub account? You're going to need a whole lot of stuff that will add to you know chances of you getting hired.
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