The last two weeks have been a blur but in a good way.
I finished my portfolio revamp, started the Treehouse Techdegree program, and kicked my job search into high gear.
I have been working hard the last few months to make this career change. It is great to finally feel like it is all coming together.
Continue reading “Weeks 26 and 27: The (Job) Search is On”
Welcome back to Regularly Scheduled Programming, the blog where I talk about my journey to become a self-taught programmer.
Twenty-two weeks in and we are going back to something I first touched on in Week 3 when I recapped my Tribute Page project: Bootstrap.
I moved away from Bootstrap for my second project but I have a new appreciation for it after working through the Bootstrap lessons at Treehouse.
Continue reading “Week 21: Back on Bootstrap”
With the decision made and a plan in place, it was time to start learning.
I understand myself well enough to know that I am at my best when I have a structured routine. With that in mind, my plan was to be very regimented about how I allocated my time. Each night I would schedule out my time for the next day, blocking out not only time for learning but also time for things like working out, eating lunch, and spending quality time with my wife. I think this is a helpful practice in general, but it takes on an even greater level of importance when you are working from home. When there is no one else to be accountable to, you have to be accountable to yourself.
Continue reading “Week 1: It’s Go Time!”