I enjoyed being able to build things from scratch and letting my creative side loose.
I did ICT for GCSEs and A-level but decided to pursue an Economics degree at university. 3 years later I graduated, and sort of floated around through placements, voluntary work and working with the youth through mentoring. I rediscovered my love for building things through creating animations on Macromedia Flash, then moved on to web development. Best decision I ever made.
Using Git and Github effectively! After going through multiple resources to better my understanding and using both, I finally found a resource that changed everything. For anyone who is learning or wants to know the best place to learn Git and Github, head over to Udacity's course on Git and Github. You won't regret it!
The tech articles I've written on dev.to and Medium. I feel that through writing, I have learned so much. It's one thing to understand web-dev/frontend related topics but it's something else to have to explain to others without being all over the place! Something else I want to brag about is my pens on Codepen. I have a much larger collection of work than I did before and I feel that I'm (finally) making progress.
Fight with us, not against us.