Hi @AlexandreLeFou, sorry it has taken me so long to get back to this, but perhaps it is a bit better though since I have more of an idea of what technologies I use daily in my new job. To answer your questions though:
I actually found a job very quickly and relatively easily. I think part of it is that I am in Berlin and the job market seems particularly lively here for web developers. I sent in several applications that were either rejected or just not responded to, but my first interview was for the company that hired me. I got the offer while being in the middle of an interview process with another company, but I went with the first company because I wanted to be safe and take a job that I already had instead of waiting to see if I would get a different, better job. I also signed up for a recruiting platform that connects developers directly with companies, and I had an initial interview offer through that which I never took because I had already accepted the first job. I also was contacted by recruiters fairly regularly (at least once a week once I made my linkedin profile and said I was open to new opportunities). Most of them were largely unhelpful, but there was one or two that actually did make introductions to other companies for me.
I completed pretty much all of the course, just a couple html sections that I skipped because I had done enough in the RoR section
As for github, it basically hasn’t changed since I finished the course, so feel free to check it out:
Thanks again to everyone here for all your help and contributions, I absolutely love my job!