Depending on what part of the world you are in, it could be different to stand out as an Android developer. People from countries with bigger population may struggle with different situations than people from smaller countries, where standing out is relatively less difficult. But, this could also mean you may have to start things like Android Communities in your own country in order to make yourself a name.

That being said, the most important thing to remind is that you must be able to detect your own abilities. When interviewing some of the instructors of the Professional Android developer course, we’ve noticed that this is key to improve your profile: Knowing what you are good at and realize which areas you need to improve.   

So far, we’ve shared some tips and tricks for beginner developers and the soft skills required to be an entrepreneur. However, you should also consider that whenever you build something great as a developer you must let people know about it.

Let’s say you are good at APIs and its integration into third party platforms. Then, you should build something in that line and show your amazing work to others.

Showing yourself

We’ve talked about the importance of building a powerful portfolio while learning online. That is certainly something you must look for when acquiring any new practical / technical skill, however, we also recommend you to go to the next step and try giving lectures or writing guides of your work as a developer.

You can start posting your work on your social media profiles, as well. Also, you could share your code in Github, the world’s leading software development platform, or answering some questions in Stackoverflow.

All these could help you stand out as an Android developer: letting people know about you and start getting an active participation among communities, and maybe one day you’ll even get nominated to be a Google Developer Expert.