Introduction(Catching Back up & Real Talk): **You can skip this section if you want to get straight to learning** The past couple months have been super busy from starting my 16th website at Titan Web Marketing Solutions to learning from Wes Bos' new Node.js video tutorial on the weekends and early mornings. I haven't had much … Continue reading Develop from Localhost using WordPress.
First off, let me go on a rabbit trail and say, I love my day job! A year ago, I would have never dreamed that I would be sitting here telling you about my experiences in coding. I honestly love learning and finding better/faster ways of doing things. This is a very exciting time in … Continue reading How I Gained 25 Hours in Coding.
This is my Final Career-Support blog post. After 13 weeks in Career-Support, 97 applications, 11 interviews(including HackerX speed-interviews), and one code challenge, I now have my first developer job at Titan Web Marketing Solutions!!!! I have a quote that I live by and it says "Anything of Value Requires Work". I'm not sure where I … Continue reading Final Career-Support
Week 12 of Career Support has ended. I've decided to take on a few freelance opportunities while still looking for a full-time job. One of my clients builds fences for residential homes and was wanting me to build an advertising site that also allows for him to upload new images to his site. I … Continue reading Week 12 – Career Support
Week 11 of Career Support has been really productive. Applied to the average ten different tech companies and received my first code challenge. I also received an email from another company wanting me to come in for an interview. Friday, I spoke with a new mentor who suggested I spend more time preparing for interview … Continue reading Week 11 – Career Support
It's week 10 in Career Support. This is where the rubber meets the road. This is where all that the determination and perseverance I had to complete the 12-week Immersive Coding BootCamp is coming back to me to continue on. This is no easy road. This isn't for the faint of heart. You have to … Continue reading Week 10 – Career Support
Week 9 of Career Support went by really quick. This post is going to be really short. I spent time this week like every week applying for jobs, but the other half of that was preparing to give a talk at a 3-day weekend retreat called Chrysalis. One of the jobs I applied for was … Continue reading Week 9 – Career Support
This is week 8 of career support through Iron Yard. Everyone in my cohort that graduated in December is still looking a job. I know some of the class is feeling frustrated. There was a great video shared on slack to encourage each other that I thought was appropriate. The title was called "Trust your … Continue reading Week 8 – Career Support
I'm now finishing up week 7 of career support through Iron Yard in Nashville, TN. At this moment, I feel like I'm climbing a huge mountain. I feel prepared to climb. I have everything I need to make it to the top, but their is still that lingering thought in the back of my mind … Continue reading Week 7 – Career Support
Well, It is week 6 of Career Support. I've been to 7 meetups this month and I have two more left. I have met developers from Heroku, Eventbrite, Cyber security company, Lifeway Christian Resources, a company called Nashville Geek, Built Technologies, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, FoxFuel Creative, Golden Spiral, MTSU, Songspace, Stacked Sports, Metova, FortyAU, … Continue reading Week 6 – Career Support