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Nevertheless, Tori Pugh Coded

teekatwo profile image Tori Pugh ・1 min read

I continued to code in 2019 because...

I was working in a language that I didn't know and wasn't really confidant about my abilities. I really wanted to expand my skills and become a better frontend developer.

I'm always looking to learn and improve myself. Using my skills to create a couple of side projects, it would push me closer to making some live and usable products.

I deserve credit for...

Working hard to continue growing my skills in React and adding redux to my skill set.

Also, I need time to work on my testing with Jest and Enzyme. It's a syntax and mindset issue. Yet, I'm reading and learning all the time.

I hope to see my tech community...

Continue its growth with support for women coders. That sense of community is one of the reasons I feel so confident. When your surrounded by so many supportive people you feel like you can do anything.

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