Learning new technologies is a rush for me. I try to learn something new every week that I can apply to projects in the future. My favorite technologies thus far are React, Next.js, Tailwind CSS, p5.js and Framer Motion, I have the confidence and the know-how to wield these tools to create awesome web experiences for users.
I'd like to learn machine learning and backend frameworks down the line, but for now I want to focus on getting better at front end development. Let me know if you have any cool technology recommendations!
Technologies I'm comfortable with:
There's no better way to learn than by doing. Courses and books are good for grasping the concepts, but applying this knowledge is how to achieve mastery. Each project teaches me something new, not only the technologies themselves, but also new ways of thinking like a programmer.
Side projects encourage exploration, foster curiosity, and have helped me level up as a developer. With each new side project, the complexity and speed increase but the difficulty and strain decrease. Of all these projects, ideaisland and PriceArt shaped who I am today.
Real time topic tracking for meetings.
Satirical AI generated tech news
AI Prompt optimizing chrome extension
AI powered networking
Adulting is Hard
IOS Task Management App
AI business planner
Conversational idea AI
AI life advice app
AI-powered idea generation
PriceArt ADA NFTs
Cardano NFT project
The notion that a computer can learn is fascinating to me. The first time I used GPT3 back in 2020, it was inspiring. It felt like magic, almost anything I'd ask it, it would send back text that made sense, both contextually and grammatically. I spent hours having conversations about philosophy, politics, and technology with a computer that didn' even know my name. It will always be something I'm interested in.