Every year on this blog, I try to do a year in review; a look back at the year that was and looking forward to the year to come. This year started out badly, but ended up being the greatest of my journey so far. Let’s break it down.
Yea so this is a long story. Long. But it is worth telling because maybe it can help one of you guys. First, a little bit of backgroundI’ve been someone without a lot of money for a long time and by not a lot of money I mean below
I started out the year in bad shape. By February it was on: coding almost daily, diving into projects, making good on doctor’s appointments. I was reading book after book, learning something new, diving into Slack and Telegram channels. But then. Crash. The way I structured my goals for
Let’s start this post off with a bit of honesty: This year has been hell, emotionally, mentally, physically, and professionally. I will be glad to see this year flame out in glorious fashion. I won’t miss it. But this post isn’t going to be a pessimistic one
Wrapping up a year is never a thing one wants to do. At least I don’t. 2017 was an amazing year; I built a full-stack app I was proud of with a course and started another. I was a perfect 12/12 months of blogging for the second year
Una Kravets is one of my favorite designers/developers even though I just discovered who she was, and by accident. I was doing a little GitHub dumpster diving, scrolling through who I was following. Found a guy who I wanted to keep an eye on who hadn’t posted in