I wasn't sure what I was actually doing or what was really happening, but after seeing an average developer with experience between one to two years earning around $45,000 dollars a year, damn I knew I had to start writing codes.
Yes no lies, I was drawn to developing by money and now I'm addicted because I've just fallen in love with creating things that comes to my mind.
Prior to wanting to write codes, I had no experience whatsoever in computer science, "You're student Transportation Management in the University like what are you thinking about to even plan on becoming a programmer", words from my friends.
Thankful to the great developers community I was able to realize I didn't really need previous experience or even a certificate to start living my new dream, so I went on planning my way into becoming a developer, a challenge and path worth taking.
Now, I have made up my mind, I'm definitely taking this journey, but how do I begin? programming is difficult and I have no teacher, no mentor, just some random posts and articles I read online. Luckily for me W3schools came to my rescue. I visited the website, clicked on "Learn HTML" and then I clicked on try it yourself. I edited the current markup in the editor and decided to write "Hello World" because for some reason it was a popular phrase in the developer community.