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Nevertheless, Harishma Coded #Happy Women's Day

harishm82662149 profile image Harishma ・2 min read

Hi folks, I just wanna share my story of how I started coding.

I had a little passion of becoming a software developer. That's why I choosed Computer Science in Engineering. I wanted to build some app but didn't know how to start. One of my best friends who was techy in my college helped me on what to learn, how to get started. I started with Java. I enjoyed solving coding problems. That techy best friend explains tech concepts to all his friends and never hesitated to help and I am very grateful to that techy best friend who showed the way how to get started. Slowly I started coding and learnt new tech concepts and implemented it.

Now I’m working as Full Stack Developer with 1 year experience. Tech stacks I work on are Spring, React, Redux, Redux Saga, Datastore.

I try to answer the questions in Stack Overflow and had written an article on Website security.

My coworkers sometimes appreciates my work and often they point out my mistakes as they expect high quality of code. I try to take that in positive way. If no one is telling my mistakes. I will never know my mistakes and will never improve myself. But yes often I felt miserable still I have faith in myself that I will improve myself and will do the best work. I know that they wanted me to improve my tech skills. I am thankful to them.

Now my focus is to learn new things daily, share my learnings to other colleagues and wanna implement it in my self projects, if possible in my office projects. #NeverStopLearning

"COURAGE COMES WHEN "SOMEONE" BELIEVES IN YOU"

("SOMEONE === YOU") πŸ˜‰

Just want to conclude by this,

WHEN I FAIL, I SAY TO FAILURE - "HEY I AM COMING BACK SOON TO FAIL YOU" 😎

Thank you my dear friends for reading my story! I hope you won't quit your passion how much difficulties you face.

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Harishma

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I'm a Full Stack Developer working at Full Creative. Passionate to learn

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