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    Starting working for someone

    Hello guys i am recently interesting in web development and i learn html css and some javascript.I do some practice and now it is no more satisfactory to do all the same exercises again and again.I want to work for someone and think that it is valuable thing what i do(and also think that it motivates me and causes me to work harder).I can work for free but i don't know where to find such people ,do you have any suggestions for me?Thanks in advance.
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    I can't speak for Turkey, but in the US, a lot of design/development companies offer internships. Some paid, some not. I would seek that out. They're specifically designed to get you into the work processes and pair you with mentors who will help you grow as a developer.

    Alternatively, find local charities or religious organizations that need web work done and offer your services.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    I can't speak for Turkey, but in the US, a lot of design/development companies offer internships. Some paid, some not. I would seek that out. They're specifically designed to get you into the work processes and pair you with mentors who will help you grow as a developer.

    Alternatively, find local charities or religious organizations that need web work done and offer your services.
    thank you i will try this
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    An internship is a good idea. However, what I used to do before I had enough skill to actually offer services for money would be to go through freelancer websites, pick out a random job that requires the skills I was learning, read the brief for the project then go away and build it as if I was actually building it for a client. This not only helped with avoiding repetitive lessons and tutorials that get boring after a while because I was creating different things each time with real world projects but it also helps you learn how to solve those real world problems and gives you experience working within the scope and specific requirements of the project in the way you will be doing as a professional.

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    Maybe you could try fiverr? You can try your hand at just about anything on there and they allow gigs bigger than $5 now.

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    You can just check freelance forums. There are lots of people who will provide you with work and you will be even paid.

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    Start your own web design business if you are ready to branch out. This is far better than working for someone else. First start out with Fivver to see if you got enough skills to work for yourself then build a website for your business when you think your ready.

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    I think outsourcing is a really prospective thing these days. You can work for anyone in the world or hire a developer from any country. I would like to recommend you to read the article from https://diceus.com/hire-offshore-developers/ on it, and you will find some really helpful thoughts on it there for sure. Hope you will like it, good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by lottoal View Post
    Start your own web design business if you are ready to branch out. This is far better than working for someone else. First start out with Fivver to see if you got enough skills to work for yourself then build a website for your business when you think your ready.
    I agree, then you will be able to see if you have what it takes to satisfy the demand. For starting your business you should be 100% sure about your skills and experience, because, for example, a while ago I was looking for web designer on Dribble and I selected potencial designers and test their skills and unfortunately only 3 out of 6 could do the task which was not super hard.


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