re: What was THAT moment you understood you wanted to become a dev? VIEW POST


Stumbled across a framework called Konfabulator back in 2003. They claimed anyone could build these neat little desktop widgets. I took them up on their claim, full green noob! (I was a History major in college)

I built a couple. It was so much fun. It was the first time I'd ever written code; first time I'd ever seen something I built, work!

I was hooked. I actually didn't realize I was hooked for probably another 10 years. Second foray into codeing (web dev) stuck. It's my career now.

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