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Ever since I was a child, technology has fascinated me. It all started in the 90's when I received my first piece of hardware: a Nintendo. I was amazed at how this box could take a cassette and send images to the television.
Ever since then I was hooked to technology, but mostly the software side of technology. I put myself through college at an older than typical age and built WordPress websites on the site for extra cash. Being able to build WordPress sites was a blessing for me because I really learned about CSS and HTML elements, which can be the foundation for a good website.
In my current employment, I build web applications for a premier aviation company to support automation and robotics.
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The world of tech is changing so quickly nowadays that it seems impossible to keep up with everything that’s happening. But there’s actually an easy, enjoyable, and free way to learn about technology without having to spend any extra time or money to do so, and that’s listening to podcasts. Podcasts, audio or video programs Read more about The Learning Curve of Technology[…]