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Akos' Weekly Hash - Is Web 3.0 for You?

Web 3.0 for Web 2.0 devs 🤔

You’re probably a Web2.0 (I can’t tell you how much I dislike these marketing terms) developer - just like me.
I feel super comfortable with the tech stack I’m working with.
I’m also very slowly exploring the Web3.0 space.
It’s very unlikely that Web2.0 and the tech that makes you money right now - or just started learning - going to disappear.
Browsing the Remote OK DB for web3 jobs and diving into the job requirements. 🕵️

The most requested skills are still:

🔷 Front end
🔷 JavaScript
🔷 React

Solidity pops up for only some of these jobs.

If you know any of this and looking for a job, I'd look in the web3 space.
Recently I was browsing job statistics and found this special board for web3 jobs: I looked at some of the top job openings that inspired the above tweet.
I think that the current state of the Web 3.0 job marketplace is a great entry point for Web 2.0 developers who are looking to expand their knowledge.
Let’s look at this Web3 Front-End Developer role:
React/TS is still relevant
React/TS is still relevant
Here’s another one, this is a Web3 Full-Stack Engineer role:
Even familiarity is just a nice to have
Even familiarity is just a nice to have
If you’re into the leadership roles this one is for you:
I think this means you made a smart contract 🤷🏻‍♂️
I think this means you made a smart contract 🤷🏻‍♂️
I think you’ve got the point: with Web 3.0 we expand on what’s tried-and-true from Web 2.0.
All your knowledge is still relevant and required by all these companies exploring the Web 3.0 space.
If you’re still looking into how to get started got you covered:
I personally recommend the buildspace tutorials because they’re really detailed:
If YouTube is your thing I’ve been enjoying @WhiteboardCrypto videos lately. They’re relaxing to watch and explain every Crypto topic in a simple language with examples.
That’s it for today’s issue!
Enjoy the weekend and see you in the next one 🤜🤛
- Akos
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