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”
If you were expecting this week to be all about the Techdegree and how great things are going then you couldn’t be more wrong.
In fact, I didn’t even start my Techdegree course but I still had a very productive week.
Continue reading “Week 25: A Week of Completions”
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”
Sorry it has been a couple of weeks since I posted a recap. I have had a bad case of tunnel vision caused by all the projects I have been working on recently.
I’ve also been busy with the Code Newbie Challenge. You may have seen the hashtag #CNC2018 floating around.
Continue reading “Weeks 18 and 19: Tunnel Vision”
I mentioned in last week’s blog that I have been focusing on my freeCodeCamp (fCC) projects recently.
I spent most of the last week working on my Local Weather app, which you can read more about here. It was the first project that I have worked on where I needed to access an API so there were a lot of Google searches involved.
Continue reading “Week 17: Projects Projects Projects”