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johndoe68969 profile image JohnDoe ・1 min read

What do you think? I'm almost 13 years old and I recently revamped my portfolio. https://woutiscoding.be

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JorgePasco1

Looks pretty cool! Good job. If I had to change something it would be some sort of (go down) indicator, and probably think about the projects section design a bit. But again, congrats!

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JohnDoe Author

Thanks for the advice! The project section is getting a revamp tho. It is a bit outdated and I want all my projects there.

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yogeshwaran

You are only 13 years old. Seriously ? You have enough skills to become a great developer. All the best.

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JohnDoe Author

Thank you! Currently I'm 12, I'm gonna be 13 in May. I started programming at the young age of 7 by-the-way, it was difficult since my parents didn't know anything about computers, so I had to use the internet to learn it by myself. I started out with Scratch, got gifted an arduino board from our neighbour who was a technician, and programmed some programs for it, then I started building sites, they were not good but it was written in node.js and the login form did work, after that I developed my back-end skills and front-end skills by practicing on newer and newer projects, one of my most recent projects being : catchat.be , on this project I learned : (How to use and setup and configure an NGINX Reverse Proxy, Load balancing, using postgres instead of MySQL and much much more) Of course to host my applications I started out with a Raspberry Pi, but when I saved my allowance for a long time I bought a server, and a good one, I was really happy, of course by then I already had some friends (via Discord, coding events, etc.) in the programming world, one of my friends said I should check out Proxmox VE (it is an os for virtualization) From here I grew more close to how containers work and server managament (SSH Public and Private keys, setting up the settings for the static internal IP's, DNS settings, ...) Now, I am looking into android app development and just learned a bit more about docker.