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I have my bachelor of computer sience and I'm working in a company with about 1000 employees lately.
My first year of full time job after graduation is almost over. I cannot say how good I write code because I have not much to compare, but I think in the .Net framework and with sql Im doing fine. And at least I know that I can learn anything new in that landscape. But I'm not lucky with my situation. I would love to earn more money at the same time I dont want to work more then 35 per work.
I'm thinking about becoming a freelancing computer programmer. Anyone has expirience with this? How is this done?
Another idea I had is to administrate homepages for different peoples? I have a vision of being responsible for the websites of people who hired me and keep the websites running.
Do not expect this to come to you in one month or even two; that is running a successful business on the side. Most of the guys I know keep their day jobs and continue their coding entrepreneurship for the evenings. To get a taste of what is out there and comparing yourself to others sign up for
as a freelancer and/or offer your services to local companies for consulting or additional help when they need it. Some of the IT shops like having someone on the side to do some of the puny work, but in the end it may be to your benefti in networking. You will obviously need some references, businesses that have used you for doing work and usually after a little stall, the work starts to flow.
As an example, a programmer on Elance worked full time for the Buffalo and Erie Public Library and this website has now become his CV. It is unreal. Everything from online books to requesting books from one library to the library close to your house. I believe the library contacted him through elance.com and eventually brought him on fulltime AND he works on the side still.
Dont set up a PLLC or PC just yet. See what is out there first. Reddit can provide advice as well in the right forum. Dont forget to network.
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