Forget degree, master or any other higher qualification, you don't necessarily need it passion is what you need!
Create a basic website, add all your repertories on GitHub so recruiter/Company can see what you are able to do.
Nowadays LinkedIn is one of the most powerful platforms to find a tech job. So open a Linkedin account add your qualification if any, and top skills, recruiter/company tend to use it a lot nowadays and often they contact directly a potential candidate for their opening vacancies.
Find an apprentice Web Developer Job vacancy and do not hesitate to apply. it is hard to get into but if you manage to get through you will definitely launch your career into the web develompment industry.
continuously update your skills as information technology/programming changes tremendously a lot.
Ask always questions on how others Junior Web dev got their first job, check online community/group Don't be too proud of yourself and ask for help.
it may be very frustrating after you have been applying for Junior Web Developer roles but still, you haven't got a job, you may have failed in 3 or 4 interviews but don't give up work more on your skills and learn from the failed interview.
the skills you want to learn whether is front-end or back-end development. don't try to learn everything at once, focus on front-end first then learn back -end or vice versa.
go often to seminary/meetup in your city you will meet people with the same interest. find out on MeetUp.com
Updated on 4 August 2019