I love the name Glitch. Kind of remind me The Glitch Girl from Wreck-it-Ralph. Also everything about Cyberpunk, hacking and things like that. They are part of me now! I mean I just love coding.
Recently I have found the site Glitch. It's a site where you can develop apps. It's an online social coding platform or maybe just a social coding platform. Same thing, I guess... (To be social is being online)
Nobody knows me, right now. And I want to meet a lot of people who codes. I have a lot of friends who aren't coders. And with the amazing power of the Internet. I can do just that. And since I am not a celebrity, I have no marketing agency that idolizes myself. So I am going to talk about myself and my journey using my super power; coding a Web-page!
And while I am writing this article, I am building my portfolio.
- The main thing would be obviously my unfinished projects. (I might mysteriously complete it, watch out!)
- Also I need to motivate and inspire our fellow coders.
- And definitely my current skills.
- My social links, so we can have fun socializing <3
- The timeline: Just to show-off how ahead I am. Also to track my progress...
- How I can be a Techie Activist... (Still figuring out)
I love code more than anything. I met a few people who wanted to code. But many of them can't seem to stay on course. Most have diverted to other things. I tried to keep myself stay on track by just exploring the coding culture. Sometimes I would talk to them on why they started coding. What inspired them? I always tried to promote others to work hard on their dreams. You never know who might create change. And if I can at-least lift you, I am happy! Being part of this community WE CAN GROW TOGETHER!
- Mostly feedback
- Cool new resources
- Awesome people (yeah you!)
In a normal portfolio my main goal is to attract people who want to utilize my knowledge for their business. I would be showcasing a lot of finished and attractive projects. But let's be real not everything I create is always attractive. But I always keep the code attractive. And in a normal portfolio, I don't get appreciated enough on the code. But it's the UI/UX that sticks out.
And on my Glitch Portfolio I could attract other coders. Expressing and collaborating on ideas that could make a life better. I don't know much about what to expect. I am thrilled! :)
You can find my Portfolio by clicking here!