A letter to all newbies in tech

It all started in September 2021

In 2021, After several job searches, trying to make a couple of bucks here and there. I decided that I needed to upskill myself, meaning at this point my degree was beginning to look like a waste. Why! Because there was less demand for my profession in the job market. So, I decided to enrol into a Bootcamp to supplement my skill as an architect and find what I could do to enhance my skills not as an architect but as an individual

After the Boot camp

Three months later, here I was unsure of a lot of things yet confident in a way that I could pull off this web development stuff. Six months passed, and I knew a lot about the web and how it works. Finally, I moved on to creating a lot of projects, which you can find on my GitHub (https://github.com/TundeAdekoya/) and Behance (https://www.behance.net/AdekoyaTunde/).

Creating Your Portfolio

I started creating my first portfolio (https://tundedev.vercel.app/) and oh my goodness, it was not that nice, but I didn't care either because this was my among my first projects and I just went with the flow and applied for jobs anyway. By the way, this is my current portfolio (https://adekoya-tunde.vercel.app/)

Your First Live Project

Fast-forward to 2022, and it's been a year. How time flies! I’m currently creating a hospitality platform that is about to go live soon.

For 2022 and Beyond

For you reading this and asking yourself “how do I break into tech”. Well, It’s simple! Find what you're good at and use technology to supplement it. That’s my own opinion, either way, only you know what’s best for you.

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