I've added links to information under these sections of my EE webpage that you might find useful:
Hello Sherika. I usually recommend learning, as a core, C++, java and Python. These will give you a good programming foundation. Database, and other languages, and platforms (AWS Azure), and OSes should also be learned, depending on your interests. A degree and certifications are big pluses. If you get a position, with no degree, employers frequently help pay for classes.
In terms of job opportunities in your area, I looked on Indeed.com for entry level software developer positions, within 25 miles of Longwood. Indeed came back with 101 positions.
Here is the link I used FYI:
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Thank you i will look into that. Looks like some of the providers are not in the Orlando area.
Hi Sherika! If you are 180 days out or more from your separation date, you can apply for the VET TEC program. It is funded by the VA and does not take away from your GI Bill benefits. Below is some information on eligibility and specifics:
I also recommend you sign up to be a member of ACT Now Education, which can connect you with many free resources for learning different IT skills. By signing up, you will be eligible for a free Coursera membership where you can enroll in courses. Here is the link:
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