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u/TomahawkJackson ยท 12 pointsr/fresno

I throw this out there every. single. time. and only one person has ever taken me up on it.

http://developer.servicenow.com

That's the platform I work on. My title is technically Software Developer, but I spent 90 minutes today helping one of our managers put the finishing touches on a form on the platform today - literally moving form fields around on a page so that it would 'flow' logically for the user of the page. ZERO actual scary 'But I'm not a computer person' Programming.

  1. Spend $30 on an instructional book
  2. Sign up at the developer site
  3. Check out a developer instance
  4. Work your way through the free Foundations video course.
  5. Work your way through the book you bought, practicing hands-on with the Developer Instance you checked out.
  6. Work through some of the free Micro-Certifications available for more practice.
  7. Put "ServiceNow" on your LinkedIn profile and start getting emails from recruiters.
  8. Interview a LOT and eventually land a remote Junior Administrator or Junior Developer job that pays ~85k/year, and goes up from there.

    The demand is there, and nobody believes it.

    We went to a ServiceNow User Group meeting in Sacramento last year and the lovely host from Accenture (HUGE firm) tried to recruit my better half. Fly to Minneapolis for a week for training, then start working on projects for clients on a "fly in/fly out" basis. My SO has a PhD in Clinical Psychology and the host was still trying to recruit her!

    As for me? In a couple months, I'll celebrate my 5 year Remote Work-i-versary. With 6 years experience, the jobs I'm interviewing for are offering $70-80/hour.

    The demand is there...and in 5 years of throwing this out there, only one person followed up... :/