Choosing the wrong programming language will stall your career. No matter how proficient or brilliant you are at writing code, if you don’t have the specific skills most employers require they won’t be willing to work with you.
Every profession follows the 80/20 rule. That is, 80 percent of the stuff you do in your job comes from 20 percent of the stuff you learned in college.
The logic is simple. We want you to get immediate recognition from an employer that you know what you’re doing and will be a perfect fit for their organization. The right portfolio has that power. So choose your projects wisely.
The technical interview is the part of the job hunt most developers focus on. "If I can just an employer to see how skilled I am, I'll land a great job" is the thinking.
After you've learned an in-demand language and built a job-winning portfolio, it's time to sift through for job postings and blast out your resume, right?