Why Read My Blog?

If you’re reading this, chances are you are in the same boat as I am: learning to code and finding your way. Most likely, you’re interested in other things and maybe you share some of the same passions as me.

I am in my last year of my BS in Information Technology with a specialization in Software Development. I have worked with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, JavaFX, FXML, XML, Kotlin, and have a passion for mobile applications.

I am also interested in health and fitness, meal prepping, nutrition, helping women in technology, sharing knowledge, reading self-help books, self-care, playing piano, and advocating for others struggling with addictions and helping them overcome it.

The main focus of this blog is just to jot down all the little tips and tricks I learn along the way while coding and also post what I am working on to Twitter. I think that those things need to be shared with others (and having a log of those things will also help me remember how I did something!). How many times have you encountered an error or worked through a problem only to encounter it again and say, “I did this before and I don’t remember how to do it now! ARGH!”. Well, I have done that more times than I want to admit so this will be a collective journal that hopefully someone other than just myself will get use out of!

I would love to connect with other tech women and share experiences and learn from each other. I think that education is a social endeavor and the more we can communicate and learn from each other, the faster it will help all of us advance.

I am starting with the 100daysofcode challenge and will be updating this regularly with my progress. If you are doing the same challenge or want to learn more about it, connect with me and we can work through it together! I love accountability partners.

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