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📱 What Kind of Software Developer Are You? Corporate or Self-Employed?



What Kind of Software Developer are You? Corporate or Self-Employed? – The Daily Overpass #644

Today, I talked about what kind of software are you gonna be, corporate or self-employed? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. True what you said about corporates need us. And they act as if they're doing a huge favour hiring us.

    I was basically so worked out and tired of their working ethics, I quit in the middle of a project and that company was a start-up and couldn't afford an experienced developer. So they gave me the project as a freelance deal. Then I started gaining confidence and got more projects online and never looked back to working for someone.

  2. I have worked in company. But at the time of job change for some reason it is difficult to face interview even I have almost all skill in android. But if you fail to give even 1 answer company rejects you. Currently face this problem. And another side my heart say do your own. Own apps. Own freelance.

    Give comment on this please.

  3. I love these videos where you get all fired up against corporate jobs and being an employee.

    People need to hear this stuff. I spent 8 years working for somebody and at least 4 of them just counting the hours and waiting for the end of the day.

    I couldn't visualise walking away from my job and risking it all on an unknown. I was scared.

    I think if I had had influences like this I would have made the leap sooner!

    Life is so much better as my own boss.

  4. Hi Eric. I'm trying to learn Java and Android app development, alongside the standard 9-5 job, spending time with family and hobbies. This doesn't leave much time to learn, sometimes just a few hours a week. I use various sources off the internet to learn from. Question is, at what point are you ready to look for a developer job, how can you be confident of getting through an interview and then having the skills to do the job? Is there a basic level of Java where at that point you can say I'm good to go? I would clearly learn a lot more in a developer role but how can I get that to start from?

  5. I work for a company, but I'm working on some apps so I can slowly move away from that. I hate the fixed schedule and working on boring projects. I'm still not very experienced (less than 2 years) so maybe in the future I could work on something more interesting but meh.

  6. Great episode Eric just what I needed to keep me going! I still trying to get a job but it's been tough and it's scaring the hell out of me but at the same time I am learning development stuff with the intention of starting my own company in a bootstrap way. With so much to learn I sometimes feel a little overwhelmed. Your stories have been a great inspiration for me. I hope one day I could be successful too and pay it forward and help inspire others.

  7. I made real time multiplayer successful run randomly using Google play services in unity, my problem is that whenever I invite friends problem is that the invitation is not coming inside the inbox of my game rather the invitation is coming inside the Google play games app please solve my problem

  8. Yes working in a corporate environment you definitely find that upper management seem to treat engineers like cheap disposable assets and job requirements from HR/recruitment agents are such a joke they through every possible skill set into the advert!
    I'm grinding the corporate job for the sake of my kids at the moment but working towards being self employed. I would go back to that in a heartbeat!

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