What does a JR (Junior) web UI need to know?
Required skills for a JR (Junior) Web Ui Developer — Part 2/8
Hello, devs! The last time we saw it was for this post (What does a web UI need to start?). Today we are going to continue with this series of skills required to be a web UI dev, from JR to Architect!
All that we have talked in the last post will be almost the same for this because when you start working as a dev at any company with the previous knowledge, your first position will be JR (if you have experience and your knowledge is higher, you, probably will be hired at other classification), so, we are not having a long post today, but, we are going to use this one to clarify some concepts.
You should take all the previous concepts (previous post) and visualize they are the first step into a ladder, your career ladder. Every new post will require you to get stronger in your previous knowledge.
Github is a place where you can host your projects, large companies have very big repositories with a lot of projects, also, a CVS allows you to have your project organized and with the possibility to roll back your code easily with a few moves, you can create versions of your project and plenty of things that are not going to be part of this kind of post.
- Github Hello World: you can start from here, I think you should have to learn how to create a repo and work with it, do some commits, add comments to it, know the GitHub and your company flow, and publish them to prod (just for learning, let the rollout to prod at your TL hands) (https://guides.github.com/activities/hello-world/)
As I always say… Hope It Helps!