2015 is a year of code for me.
After losing my Controller job back in October of 2012, I have struggled to find a job that is compatible or comparable in income or job duties. This was a big lifestyle change for me and my family. So after having two low paying jobs in the last two years, I am starting to come to the realization that I may never get back to where I was financially with an accounting job in Florida. So, not being resigned to my fate, I have decided to give it a go with web design and development.
Web Design has been a great hobby for me
While I have been learning code in bits and pieces throughout 2014, 2015 is the year where I will focus a lot more on the actual learning of the code, and at the end of 2015, I wish to be in the position to be employable as a back up, but to start my own company focusing on topics that I’m interested in.
My Goals and Plans for Learning Code in 2015
My initial goal, is to commit to 10 hours per week learning code while still working full time at my accounting job. When I first started to learn code in 2014, I was overwhelmed with just how much there is to learn. What I learned however is I have to be consistent with my time spent learning to achieve my ultimate goal of learning web design and development.
These courses are the foundations that I will start with. There’s no set order but my goal is to aim for about 1 to 2 hours on whatever I want to learn that day.
I’ll be updating this blog with my progress on my learning adventure. So stay tuned for updates on my progress.
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