MY EXPERIENCE IN BOOT CAMP SO FAR.

MY EXPERIENCE IN BOOT CAMP SO FAR

Wow! This experience has challenged and pushed me to the limit in a way that's been both fun and educative. Yesterday (day one of boot camp), I got introduced to things like github. I always used to see the website but never knew how it was used. I created my first repository (yes!). Part of the challenge was building a simple user interface using HTML and CSS, which are languages I had never used before. Apart from simply knowing what they do, there was little else I knew about them. I got to learn new things like wireframes, UML class diagrams, and Pivotal tracker.

Day two:

Getting introduced to Flask, pylint, and setting them up without even knowing what they do- if it wasn’t for the amazing support of my team and my LFA, I could not have made it through. A little bit was starting to make sense at last. For sure, "Our sum is greater than our parts." I’ve enjoyed being pushed to the limit and am sure that, these past two days, my brain has functioned at speeds it has never functioned at before.

Apart from the coding, and the challenges I’ve faced from it, I’ve learned of the importance of teamwork that we can achieve so much more if we collaborate together.

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