Call me W.I. and a learning language lover! When I was about 10 years old I wrote an extensive Basic language program to create random labyrinth mazes on an Atari400. (The keyboard was a big pain in the @$$) Which gives ya a clue - I am about a half a century old now. After high school I wasted much of my youth (up to about a year or so ago) on an unfocused aimless destructive way of life doing most everything except coding.
I'm happy to announce, I finally know what I want to be when I grow up. (But don't call me 'mature', phtht!) Now that I know, I'm overwhelmed! There is SOOOoooooo.... much out there to learn! (That's wonderful!!?!!)
Current learning is in JS.ES6, Node.js, HTML5, CSS3, Babel & Webpack, RESTful APIs, RegExp, and tid-bits of other stuff. Any of you have suggestions? Suggested Udemy courses?
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