It's amazing to see how much myself and others in my bootcamp have grown the past 9 weeks. When brainstorming
a web app, I would not have said;
1. Let's psuedo code and think of my different personas that will make my
website UI/UX most effective, and not just something I will like. And then let's create my stories so I know
exactly what my wesbite is going to need, and then I can set up a point system on those so I can have a great
strategy to get all of them done.
2. Let me wireframe my different views so I don't waste time cowboy coding, and then I can know my atomic design
that way I can set up great components and know how things are going to be linked in my code.
3. Let's think of how we can set things up so I'm least repetitve as possible. No wet code.
4. Make sure I have good naming conventions so when I have a question, or someone needs to review my code, they can
easily understand what's going on.
There's alot more that I could add to this list, but I've now been taught how to have high computational thinking and
great coding habits. I don't know everything, but I've been taught how to learn, and learn on my own. To ask the
right questions and to find the answers. Right now my biggest struggle would be with Laravel and the server side
of programming, but that's because I've only been doing that for 1 week. I know day by day, my comfortability and
knowledge will grow.
It's awesome to be able to look back just a couple of months ago and to see this amazing
progression that myself and my fellow cohort members have seen. I'm exicted to learn more of what I don't know,
and to build amazing products for amazing people/companies.