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I'm new to writing code of any sort. I'm taking classes to eventually be a .NET (C#) SharePoint designer, but I've only got a couple of months under my belt. I'm definately still a newby for sure!

Are there any jobs, even making minimal wages (for now), that would employee someone with such limited skills, but that would allow me to learn more about programming?

Any suggestions?

Maurice Lantier

P.S. I'm in the Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas market. 817 658 1790
Posted 28-Nov-12 7:18am
joshrduncan2012 28-Nov-12 12:22pm
For direction, you might want to enlist the help of a recruiter specializing in I.T. They will not charge job seekers. They only charge employers looking to find potential employees. If you seek the assistance of a recruiter, be prepared to be a "salesman" and tell him/her about your skills and what you are looking for so they can present you to the best fit employer that they can find. Good luck!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 28-Nov-12 12:32pm
I'm sorry to say, this is off-topic. And please understand that we don't really know what you can do and what you cannot. We don't know your general education, such as mathematics, which is important. Two months is really very short time, but you should know that some people are ten or more times more productive than others, while some have negative productivity, so the time spent at work is not really a good measure of person's value.
CodeNinja-C# 28-Nov-12 23:41pm
I agree with Sergey's points. If you really good in (engineering) mathematics, you can make many admirable things in .Net

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I would imagine you might be able to start with roles similar to this[^] but without any working experience you may find that nothing much will happen at least until you complete your studies.

Another approach might be to figure out which businesses in your area might use Sharepoint and approach them direct to see if they need an intern or have any entry level roles.

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