I have always been very interested in tech since my teens. Dad wanted me to be a doctor, but I loved computers and disliked shots and bl**d.
I got my first personal PC(I had to be specific) during 2016, at that moment i knew this was my stepping stone towards picking up a tech stack,"programming". I didn't have a guide and I didn't do a good job during my researches, I would just type stuffs like "how to build a calculator" then copy-paste. I thought there was one universal programming language. I made no progress learning and my PC got issues,i left coding for a very long time after that. A year later i got more insight on different programming languages but oops my system was just too bad to be used.
I came across python3 for mobile phones and i downloaded it and started learning the language. After a month I got admitted into the University, time just wasn't there to code during my first year cuz I needed to gather enough grade points. "oh my,maybe coding isn't for me" I thought.
First year was over and I was in second year, I decided to try again 😂 !!. This time I stumbled on batch coding. Learnt a lot using a friend's system but the time couldn't just actually work out.
The Corona outbreak was my last attempt,i was bent on using the opportunity to the fullest during the lock down,i got a laptop 💻.
From April till October 1st which is today's date I learnt:
School is about to reopen and I'm pretty sure it'll not hold back my learning ,mostly because I'll have lower number of courses next semester..
I have loved coding just as much as my course of study "engineering", that has been drive and will continue to be!!
Thanks for reading