About Me

Frontend Developer!

I started learning programming in 2000, after graduating from college . I was always interested in computers, and I thought programming would be a way to learn more about how they worked. I started with the programming language C#, because it was a new language at the time and I thought it would be challenging. I learned C# by reading books and articles, and by taking courses.

One of the biggest challenges I faced while learning programming was debugging my code. I would often make mistakes, and it could be difficult to figure out where the errors were. I learned to debug my code by asking my teacher and friends.

Learning programming has changed my life in many ways. It has taught me how to think logically and solve problems. It has also given me the skills to create some software applications.

I worked as a computer maintenance technician for 11 years, from 2002 to 2013. I did this job because I wanted to earn money and learn more about computers. During my time as a computer maintenance technician, I learned a lot about troubleshooting problems, identifying and resolving hardware and software issues, and keeping computer systems up to date.

In 2013, I decided to pursue my dream of becoming a front-end developer. I knew that my experience as a computer maintenance technician would be valuable in this field, as I would be able to use my knowledge of computers to troubleshoot problems and to develop user-friendly interfaces.

I became a front-end developer because I love the creative aspect of the job. I enjoy being able to take a design and bring it to life in code. I also enjoy working as a developer to build great products.

One of the challenges I have faced as a front-end developer is staying up-to-date with the latest technologies. The front-end development landscape is constantly changing, so it is important to be able to learn new things quickly.

I have learned a lot as a front-end developer, including how to think creatively, how to solve problems. I am constantly learning new things, and I am excited to see what the future holds for me as a front-end developer.