Last post Jul 12, 2017 03:37 AM by AngelinaJolie
Jul 12, 2017 01:06 AM|NewToDotyNet|LINK
Hi, not sure if this is asp.net core specific.
However, has anybody created a website to generate income and been successful?
If so could you share your story and may be offer some mentoring?
I have found myself where I cannot get a start in programming. May be my age is against me.
There is not a lot of work in my local area and I would like to work close to home for a change. I have not been able to get a start to gain experience with in a company. So I have been attempting to get experience the hard way, learning what I can
at home. However, I now need to generate an income, if I am to be able to continue. Working from home would be ideal. The only option I seem to have is to continue trying and working at home, to create a website that can generate an income.
May be overall in some way gaining experience this way at home may have some benefit in that I don’t get caught up doing repetitive work that does not provide a large amount of experience that can happen in all fields.
Jul 12, 2017 03:37 AM|AngelinaJolie|LINK
The biggest difference to work from home and company is the requirement (Whether to add something function ,or not )with Website and no one to check if your code is right. You could think the normal company need hundreds tables with different databases,
then you need to deal with their relationship , if you do this by yourself with no real requirement ,I guess this not a good practice for you.
What I want to suggest you , you could follow some system tourist and spend time on various knowledge points (jquery ,ajax ,bootstrap ,pagelist mvc , sql , linq , Lamda ,EF code first , web api , WCF, Redis ,Unit Test ) , when you has known those and keep
some good and full of examples , you could quickly to do a real project in anyone soft company.
here are some references :
fluentscheduler/FluentScheduler :From <https://github.com/fluentscheduler/FluentScheduler
EF Code Frist:
And something you could google the official site: