When it comes the time to transition most military is late to develop a plan. Heck, this even applies to a regular person in society. As for myself, I've had a plan from the very beginning. 8 years ago I decided when it came time I would learn every facet of Information Technology. Learning everything from the foundation up. I've learned systems, networks, information security, and cybersecurity as a whole. Now my new journey begins with learning to code. Mind you I do know some coding dealing with understanding cyber analytics but here I plan to exceed my boundaries and dive deep into coding.
I came across the 100 Days of Code simply through research and attending a coding Bootcamp but never felt that I was learning. So I decided to take this journey myself and teach myself. To start I will be working my way through several coding languages like python, C#, and Java. Every day I will be tracking my journey and recording what I learned what I felt was difficult and what was easy. If there's another way to make coding more understandable I will leave my thoughts because most of us learn in different styles. The end of my journey and the beginning of a new journey will be when I secure a role as a software engineer for a major firm. Sounds optimistic but I always say "the only thing stopping you...is you. Follow me on my journey and join the fun.