Spare a moment? Teach if you can. Invest in some time. Learn as much as you can. Perhaps... Share a thought together. Maybe if you're lucky... Trade a skill for another? Who knows what you'll might find. From entry level to fullstack... There's always something to learn. Call it what you want. The cycle of … Continue reading Find Yourself
A new blog post due for this year and already one month gone by so quick! (Brace yourself this might be the longest post ever). I've put aside the thought of applying for vacancies three months after my previous post back in July, simply because it was enough time for any response and I decided to focus on what … Continue reading It’s 2017!
I've somehow managed to survive over one year of mayhem, demonstrating a higher accuracy rate and cleaner code with multiple solutions - now on my own out of comfort zones to challenge the unknown path to success. After continuing for three months, I've realised just how much work is involved in web development; my strengths, … Continue reading I’m in a sticky situation…
Before you start reading this post, I would just like to mention I created this half way through my current employment and was hoping to finish this at the end of year, but time just seems to fly when your busy working and then later in the evening keeping active - the gym! (Even after sitting … Continue reading Life after Education
This report outlines my learning experiences through college and work and other activities. It examines my strengths and weaknesses throughout the course. It also shows the soft and transferable skills that could be developed and improved in terms of future career prospects. In summary, the first year taught me how to code from scratch using … Continue reading FdA Web Design
At the start of FdA Web Design, I found this course pretty interesting on how we were taught to communicate with the fellow students. In work related learning (WRL), I have learnt that communication is a big key role in any employment and as working in small groups or big teams. This also helps meeting … Continue reading Private Life, Public Spaces (Part 2)