Web Developer in 2022

In the last few months, my journey in tech has been both interesting and demanding. I began the year by designing mobile applications, 3D animations, and learning basic HTML, which was very complicated at the time. Knowing that I needed to improve my skills as a designer and developer, I set out to do so officially by researching for boot camps in Lagos, Nigeria. After a lengthy and rigorous period of research, I decided to enroll in Univelcity’s full-stack program.

On September 6, 2021, I began my Unvelcity program, and that day I decided to learn as much as I could about web development. I mainly focused on product design and front-end development for the first twelve months of the full-stack program. To begin with, product design taught me how to solve problems effectively by following processes that create human-centered designs. Furthermore, it improved my understanding of how one should approach designs and projects in general.

In addition, my frontend skill developed quickly during the first six weeks by focusing on basic and important topics I needed to know to get started as a newbie in web development. Moreover, during this time, I started creating web pages using only HTML and CSS. Currently, I have spent the last six weeks focusing on Javascript and React.js to gain a better understanding of how to input logic into Java script and build faster with React.js

My first term at Univelcity has come to an end, and I have gained a lot of knowledge and experience in the product design and frontend program. I believe this is only the beginning of my journey as a software developer, and I can’t wait to see what the world has in store for me.

Thank you for reading.

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