I have been a dev for ~5 years now. I went from physics major to The Iron Yard bootcamp grad and 1 month later I was a developer. A few weeks ago I realized I didn't have a "portfolio". So, I wanted to find a way to get my thoughts about deving out to the world.
I'm not a great writer (hence physics major :D ) so blogs never really appealed to me, but why not give it a shot. I thought about creating a personal site, but then, I was like "why not just use dev.to + twitter + youtube as my blog?" Seems simple enough. 8)
I'm a Ruby on Rails and EmberJS dev by trade, but over the next few months I'm going to dive into the world of Elixir. Let's see how this journey turns out.
Jeremy aka @basicbrogrammer
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