I've started reading DEV actively a couple of weeks ago and been waiting for an idea that would lead me to write my first post. The idea never came, which is why I've decided to write a first post anyway - a simple introduction post about where I'm from, where I'm at and where I'm aiming to go. 😺
I was born in Montreal, Canada a while ago to an architect and a primary school teacher. We moved around a lot, but mostly around the greater Montreal area. The two exceptions being Mont-Tremblant (the ski resort) and San Francisco, CA.
Later, I moved to France to study at the Ecole Supérieure d'Art d'Aix-en-Provence, from which I got a French master degree.
TiMe JuMp 🚀🚀🚀
I freelance actively as a web developer since late 2018 (non-actively since late 2016). I've mostly been working on different short time missions, doing front-end & back-end tasks, for diverse companies based in France.
Currently, I'm on a learning quest to solidify my bases in order to delete the imposter syndrome from myself. In order to do so, I've been following Colt Steele's bootcamp courses on Udemy. I've also recently started "attending" two different "Introduction to Computer Science" courses: Udacity CS101 and Harvard CS50 (on edX).
👩💻 Besides tech stuff, I'm into art, food, nature and people! 🙆♀️
I want to:
- keep freelancing
- work more remotely than on site
- be at ease with more languages and programming concepts
- go from Web Developer to Software Engineer
I hope to work on many great projects with great people! 🖤
I'll be using dev.to to share content about my journey as a freelance web developer, awesome tech related stuff I encounter (ie. this listing of ethical alternatives for your everyday digital tools: https://ethical.net/resources/) and sjsjsj randomness.