re: How did you get into programming in the first place? VIEW POST


I started teaching Breakdance to the CEO of Entrata for a summer parade. I was studying business management at BYU. He offered me an internship doing SQL, which I was excited to accept. I didn't have any prior tech experience, except for an intro to computer programming class (which I hated). That internship opened my eyes to how awesome programming actually is in the real world and with people who are excited to help you understand. I quickly discovered this was something that I am super passionate. With a combination of self learning, and opportunities at Entrata, I have been fortunate enough to grow into a Software Engineer positition. I am currently transitioning into front end. I am obsessed with learning and I'm super stoked to see where I end up going from here!

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