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I want advise on what to do to get hired as programmer, software engineer, how to advance my education, and preferably a working future abroad.

Please can you suggest me where/how I can find a better job as a developer abroad.

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closed as off topic by Gruber, TheIndependentAquarius, THelper, Soner Gönül, Jeanne Boyarsky Jun 14 '13 at 18:39

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This question is off-topic on this site. I'm not sure but perhaps it will fit on Workplace SE –  THelper Jun 13 '13 at 17:53
    
I don't think it fits on workplace either. It's not specific enough to be a good stack exchange question. And that lack of specificity is making it hard to place. –  Jeanne Boyarsky Jun 14 '13 at 18:39

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Just one wild idea while we are here anyway: spend a year or two to build some reputation on SO. If you're good can climb like 2-3k per month. I'd bet there are companies around looking at to few hundred, possibly even approach those over 10 or 20k. (Certainly it's not numbers that counts, but your posts can be easily looked up and serve as a good proof that one has a deal of working knowledge. )

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ok stack overflow am now 1k –  danielad Mar 21 '14 at 5:45

First to get job abroad you have to write better in english.

because always am doing what they wanted me to Do

Second, job is about doing what they tell you.

Third, work and show what you are able to do to someone. But it can take a lot of time. So there is no easy way.

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@danielad Accepting criticism and using it as a guide on how to improve is, in my view, an important policy everyone should follow. The fact that there's room for improvement regarding your English skills is no reason to be upset or ashamed. Having English as your second language means that once you master it you'll be proficient in two languages. Most native English speakers never attain that privilege. –  Calculus Knight May 5 at 8:47
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@Tachibanaian yes man you are all right! Thankyou so much! –  danielad May 6 at 5:55
    
@danielad How is it going, after those years when I look at my answer I see my english writing was not perfect as well, but Tachi got the point quite well. –  Mateusz May 7 at 14:06
    
@Mateusz Thanks Man! Nah , your english not as bad as mine.But as life is a progress this is also a pretty good progress for me though i still no moved my ass to get more carrier options:( –  danielad May 8 at 6:01

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