Driven, focused, and ready.
I started my professional journey as a foreign languages teacher a few years ago. Since graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Foreign Languages in 2016 - I speak Spanish, English, Italian and French -, communication and language learning have been my true passion.
Eventually I decided a career change was best for me; it was no longer fair to exclude machine languages from my repertoire! Though I was completely new to the field, my first class in Programming Fundamentals with Python helped me find comfort in the amount of transferable skills I had from my foreign languages background.
The same way a (missing) tilde may drastically alter the meaning of a sentence, a missing semicolon in Java, for example, is capable of ruining an application. If you want hear me talk a bit more about the relationship between both disciplines, check this podcast out (coming soon).
After learning the basics, I kept on taking more front-end development courses and eventually I received a grant for Montgomery College's Java Web Development bootcamp. Below you will discover my achievements in IT so far, as well as upcoming projects/ideas I'm also working on.
My goals for the Front-End Web Development Certification
Montgomery College's JWDB is an 8-week intensive bootcamp that took me from my first "Hello World!" in Java to developing my first web applications. You can click on the icons below to see each week's test-project on GitHub, along with their respective README files.