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In 2019, I was an ordinary adult who love programming as a hobby. I never thought of pursuing a career in tech, nor did I think I can ever make it in the industry as a "self-taught" programmer.
2020 was a big hit to all of us. I struggled with some health issues and had to take a break. After recovering, I started to freelance as a web developer, mainly helping small local businesses in my community. It was then I realized that what started as a hobby when I was young had turned into passion and deep curiosity in the field.
So I took a leap of faith and switched my career from finance to software/web development. At first, it was really hard to stand out with my resume. As a small freelancer without a formal education in Computer Science, my resume had no substance and impact to potential employers. But it all changed after I started this blog...
Today, I am still an ordinary adult who love programming. The difference is that I love writing now too! The topics I write vary from technical articles relating to web development to blogging tips to empower new writers.
My purpose of writing on this blog is simple: to help the community and learn new things every day together.
It's always super rewarding to read a comment or post that my article helped inspire someone's motivations, goals and journey, or just made them smile. Providing great value to others is what I consider as the ultimate and eternal mission of this blog.
Thank you so much for taking your time to read this long page.
I have been writing non-stop on this blog since May 2020. As you know, it takes a lot of concentration, discipline, time management and hard work; so your support would mean a lot to me, as it tells me that I am on the right track.
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