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Quick ways for a software developer to make cash? Not really

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Quick ways for a software developer to make cash? Not really a web developer, I do embedded C, c++, and have Java/C# experience.
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Bountify has bounty board for code jobs, short sweet and decent cash
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I'll give you 20$ for a Java based a* pathfinding alg
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>>684108821

link?
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>>684109011
Bountify.co
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>>684108420
I'll give you $20 if you suck my dick.
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>>684109337

Thanks.

I'm going through a career change. I signed up for a coding boot camp and am hoping that I it will help me make a decent wage.

I've heard Java developers start out making anywhere from 40k - 65k a year. Is this true? I'd be a junior developer.
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>>684109547
If you know your shit yeah. I'm about to graduate with a CS degree and will start a job at 66k
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>>684109751

Ok awesome.

I'm just nervous. It's like, I'll be moving away to a whole new city and starting something entirely new.
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>>684109547
Programers are high demand so that's probably cheap end, but yeah if you know your stuff you can absolutely get that
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>>684109896

That's so reassuring.

I have 3 college degrees (BS Psych / BA Phil / AA Crim) and went almost nowhere with it. Fortunately I did it all in one go - so it was only the cost of one degree (I overloaded on credits and graduated high school early). Immaturity and lack of life experience on my part expected a living wage when I graduated! Now I work an entry level job (although I do tutoring on the side).

I need a stable job with benefits.
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>>684110130
Have you programmed anything you can show in job interviews? If you don't have a degree you're going to need to prove that you can code. Programming job interviews are not easy
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>>684110516

That's the point of the boot camp. They take you and show you how to code.

I've done some things and have a portfolio, but mostly I'm waiting to see what they have for me there.

They've got like a 98% job placement rate, and they work on making sure you have a strong portfolio.
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