As I’ve always said but never done, I wanted to explore into programming but have only casually skimmed its concepts and did a lot of copying/pasting to get work done. However, with the help of Chovin, I’ve been delving into programming more than I ever have before.
Since I joined freeCodeCampGuam, I thought it’d be a good idea to familiarize myself with the content and offerings that our parent organization, freeCodeCamp, provides.
This past weekend, I joined my first game jam, hosted by Butterscotch Shenanigans! I’ve never participated in one, nor have I ever fully made a game.
I’ve been working on a project organization that I stumbled upon once while working for the Marianas Business Journal and the Guam Business Magazine, and again upon working at Docomo and meeting the brilliant Chovin Carlson, who started the local chapter of said organization. It’s freeCodeCampGuam, and
they we aim to spread awareness and free resources through Guam for coding and IT.
Sometime in 2016, I made a list of things I wanted to focus more on, in addition to things I wanted to spend less time on. It’s now 2017–how did I fare?