Where I Am and Where I’m Going

A little over a year ago, I wrote a small passage about my hopelessness as a developer/programmer/coder. At the time, I was really stressed, because my school doesn’t provide a solid program for those who want to pursue programming. I had no guidance and felt so lost.

Since then, I’ve spent countless hours working on my own time to improve my skills and find my space. I’ve finally found where I am and where I’m going. I’ve built my base in web development and I couldn’t be happier. Since then, my basic HTML, CSS, and JavaScript have improved a TON. I’ve gotten more comfortable with jQuery and began using ASP.NET MVC.

The thing that has really changed: I’m finally excited to sit down and work on a project! I’ve been working on learning Angular 2 — I’d love to dive into the JS frameworks and I thought this would be a solid entry point. Every day I’m thinking about how I could improve myself and my projects. I want to go home and work, work, work, work, work. (Thanks Rihanna)

I’m currently interning in Charlotte, NC using ASP.NET and Knockout.js — one of which is completely new to me and I must say, I’m doing pretty well. I’m confident I can breakout into the professional world come September and find my way.

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