Matt Anderton wrote:
I have a kind-of off topic rookie question:
most programmers have a web portfolio right? -- a URI to put on their
resume that has examples of their work. what do employers expect to see if
they ask for such an example? a working web app? links to multiple
web apps? actual code?
Actual code I suspect - a recent code snippet (make sure you're not
breaking any current work agreements etc - ie send in something you've
written for yourself, not for your current job).
I am dying to break into PHP/MySQL programming and have gotten a nibble
an employer who is asking for such a URI. I don't have any professional
programming experience, but have several small projects that I would
interested employer to see. what is the best way to present it/them? just
a link to one of my finished projects? can an experienced programmer get a
strong enough sense of how I code by looking at the end result (probably a
No. My design skills are absolutely horrible but my php skills are
reasonably decent ;)
Send those urls as well (it can't hurt) but I think they would be more
interested in the actual code.
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