Here is the thing: I graduated from a bootcamp where I learned C and C++, programmed microboards and made some computer vision projects. I learned basically nothing about web development.
One day the bootcamp held an event where a lot of different company attend, looked for junior developers. I have a nice conversation with one of them, they looked for frontend developers. I decided that I would like to join them since I have a strong affinity for frontend and this is the carrier path I looking for + it's a really cool company.
But still, I didn't have any real experience in web development.
Hey, they want to meet you next Wednesday!
I was so happy. There are about 60 graduates from this bootcamp and most of them are specified for frontend. But they want to see me, the C++ guy! This is a great start, but now comes the hard part: I have to impress them at the interview.
Which leads to my questions:
- What materials do you recommend?
- Is it a good idea to make a website using Vue dedicated for them?
- What would you do I you were in my place?
I don't want to fake anything, I just want to show them that I am eager and capable of learning and I am enthusiastic about frontend development.
Any advice is very appreciated, this will be my first interview as a "developer" so I am a bit nervous but I think I can do it. Thank you!