This post is called “the unveiling” or “I redid my website and am looking for quality comments and input but I’m not exactly pandering for it.”
I’m in the final stretch of the 16-week coding boot camp that I’ve been attending. It officially ends on May 13th and it’s unclear if there will be some type of formal graduation.
I’ve made some dear friends that I’ll happily keep in touch with after class completion. I’ll also be gaining 10 more college credits, this time in Computer Science.
What can I say when I feel as if I have nothing to say? There are so many finer points that I could elaborate upon, but I feel a little nervous as I try and GET A JOB.
My last officially scheduled employment was with the Google Express contract and I’ve been freelance and doing The Art of Resale stuff for over a year now.
IF IT’S A GOOD IDEA, GO AHEAD AND DO IT. IT’S MUCH EASIER TO APOLOGIZE THAN IT IS TO GET PERMISSION. – Grace Hopper, computer scientist
What does it all mean? I’ve spent hundreds of hours coding with visions of the future in mind. My future, without angst or pretense.
I like to share my growing body of knowledge. I’ll be doing more of the same with this site once I’m done with school. It’s true that I’m a “lifelong learner”, as it’s not just buzzwords on a LinkedIn profile or resume.
It’s as if I’ve already lived 10 lifetimes.
However, it’s never too late to be a better version of yourself. I’ve got a lot of years in working with WordPress and blogging. I want to share my expertise with you so you don’t have to put in as much time as I have!
“Little girls don’t know that they are not supposed to like computers”.