I live in a 3rd world country, my dad is ill and he takes care of this house. We can not find a job in our very little town. My dads retirement fund is very low. I am not bad at computers, if i become a remote developer who makes even $2000 per month, that is a lot of money.
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Don't think about the money yet - think on how you can practice.
Invest in online courses (or free ones, on youtube) and keep learning.
Learn the basics, the concepts and take it to heart.
For example, in the language I use, on interviews, I always ask for basics as warm up. What is the concept of OOP? Can you explain the 4 pillars of OOP? Can you name and describe some design patterns that you used?
It does not matter if I am interviewing a fresh graduate, an intern or a 15yr experienced developer. I always ask for the core, the basics.
Then I move on to more technical side. I would like to see how they understand the code. I would usually show several lines of code, and ask for the outcome and why they think the outcome is like that.
Then move to technical stuff - I don't ask people to write binary trees or invert binary trees because who really uses it for a job? I would ask them to create a simple CRUD service, and if we have time, a unit test as well. Then would let them walk me through their code.