❲/❳ How I got my start


I guess when it comes to finishing college or university whatever it maybe, not everyone has a solid idea of what they intend on doing for the rest of their working lives as a career. Granted this is understandable and I can totally relate myself but I don’t blame anyone for not being certain of their future or what they intend on doing, in order to make it a success. Afer all I learned to code and absolutely love doing it. Agreed that some may find it confusing at first and well my parents and friends still do no matter how I attempt to explain it too them, the answer is simple I love to write snippets of code and create unique things from code. So my advice to you is that if you have a passion for something and no matter what your doing whether it maybe related or not but you still find yourself procrasting and focusing more on your secondary thoughts and said passion, then do that! You won’t regret it of that I’m sure.

Someone once said to me that work is not that if you take to enjoying what you are doing and if you have a passion for what you do on a daily basis then the odds are indeed your favour.
So the next time your friend, teacher or parent asks what you intend on doing for the rest of your life, no matter how silly you may think the response is just remember if you have a passion for what you do and enjoy doing it on a daily basis then the joke is on them.

NB: for anyone looking to get into learning to code feel free to contact me on social media and I will be sure to get back to you as there are many valuable resources out there that offer a fountain of information into such a diverse subject area.

My twitter handle is @letsinvolvejohn

Some helpful links to get you started on your first coding project:

My personal favourite: (Paid) but worth every penny, Team Treehouse

CodeAcademy