I'm passionate about web development. Now I'm learning about accessibility, dataviz, and building ethical technology.
How I Become a Developer
The first time I encountered “web development” was about 15 years ago when I changed my blogpost blog’s background color with CSS, that’s amazed me a lot! I thought it’s very cool, the internet is the future! Around that time, I just graduated from college, and despite I studied finance I decided to change my career to web development. So I started to learn programming by myself, reading books, articles, and discussions online.
I got my first development job in 2007. From 2007 to 2012, I was a frontend developer and UX designer, most of my work was writing CSS hacks for IE6, and playing around with jQuery. Made a lot of templates for WordPress and e-commerce websites.
Later I switched my career path and started a production company with my friends. I was a screenplay writer in the last four years (also self-taught). But I still love web development a lot. Developers work on code and take films as entertainment, I worked on films and take programming as entertainment. When I didn’t study films, I read articles about web development and follow along with the tutorials on 🥃 scotch.io.
I spend the last two years catching up on the new tech stacks. Now, I'm a fan of React, GraphQL and Prisma.
(Last update on May 12, 2022.)