Weevo and the Long March

In the weeks following my completion of Udacity’s Programming for Data Science nano, I found myself beset by indecision and from it, a lack of tangible progress which led inevitably to a loss of motivation. Not wishing to rest upon my recent-gained laurels, my eagerness to avoid stagnation compelled me onward to other horizons, but I quickly found my fervor to explore every single branch of that expansive tree is development, could actually be a double-edged sword..

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Weevo and the Magical World

For a while now, I feel like I’ve been at that point many aspiring developers reach when they think to themsevles, “Okay, I’ve been through countless coding tutorials, completed numerous online classes, read the books, have a plethora of course-completed certificates.. so what next? I’ve got a fair amount of knowledge, but how do I make that leap from simply following these code-alongs, to actually making something worthwhile to start building up something of a portfolio which I can show off to prospective employers and prove my value?”┬áSo I was skimming through my Twitter feed one day when I ran across a retweet by FreeCodeCamp, which led me to an interesting piece: Continue reading “Weevo and the Magical World”