Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Have you considered using the freelance sites? I would think that most places would want you to have some experience as a remote worker and that helps you get some.
One advantage of Android is that you can develop a portfolio of apps by yourself and show that you do have experience.
K. Tsang wrote:Hello there
It depends on what you want to do professionally or as a career. From your post, I believe you want to enter the mobile dev arena, which I think is good.
Yet thinking more broad, and from your potential interest from college courses or concentration, new areas may pop up.
I don't know what your college program looks like, you may want to explore data (eg database, data analysis, business intelligence, data warehousing, big data etc) which is a growing market at least for now.
But then your passion for java will most likely go beyond mobile dev (eg android) but into Java SE and EE.
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