I first got into software development not through algorithms, not unit testing, not objected-oriented principles... none of the hirable buzzwords. Back in high school, I was wrestling with Java concepts because I love making shiny pixels move around on a screen.
Back then, it was in the pursuit of inefficient, spaghetti-coded video games. Now, I've channeled a love for graphics into web development and design. I spent most of my time at Georgia Tech figuring out the sexiest frameworks to use, the most impactful way to apply my novice knowledge, and how to teach others at a beginner's level. I'm just entering the working world as an adult-in-denial, so I hope my lessons learned along the way end up helping you!
Sorry! I'm currently employed at Peloton, so I'm not looking for a job right now.
Still, here's all my skills / buzzwords you were going to search for: NodeJS, ES6, ReactJS, JAMStack, NextJS, semantic HTML, understanding of a11y, Angular 2+, SvelteJS, SCSS, NoSQL, OOP programming, C Basic, unit testing w/ Jest... Okay I'm getting tired typing.
Just take my resume