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Do you think a 50 year old male with no degree can still become a coder?

I've learned and coded for fun a few apps on js, all in full stack.
how much do you think it is possible to get a job, and what kind of experience/apps should i presented to even be looked at?
4 Weeks Ago #1
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You will never know till you apply for some. Preferably for intern roles. There are a lot our there specifically for you because of your projects.
1 Week Ago #2
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Get your work up on a Github profile if you haven't.
Setup a Linkedin account where you can share your progress in what you are learning or any projects you have taken on.

As Jeffer said, yes go ahead and apply for some roles.
The demand is high enough you can probably start doing free lancing roles and use them as valid references.

There are exceptional resources out there for software job interviews to help you get an idea what employers might be looking for.

The work you do will go for more than anything else.
Work on some certifications for some cloud providers like AWS, Azure, GCP, Azure.
1 Week Ago #3

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