Dec – 13 – 2016 Currently in my 3rd year as an IT student.
- i love programming in JAVA
- almost a year coding in PHP (still a novice)
- recently introduced myself in git
- trying to casually learn API/REST
- wanting to learn bootstrap
- wanting to familiarize PYTHON
- Learning the Linux environment so that
- I can create a Web Server at home
- And try to host my site remotely
- wanting to learn MVC
- for PHP framework: Laravel and Angular
For me, there is little to learn at school, they teach us heavily on stuffs like theories and models , also the documentation and management part of software development and not much on actual programming. We hardly touch OOP in our curiculum and I have just been told that without advance knowledge of OOP, then there could be little to no opportunity in IT industry.
Overwhelmed by this set of skills to master (if possible); the thought nearly cripples me.
Because I know my capacity, it would take me a measure of time to even understand and familiarize a thing, i would keep notes of the languages and even revisit my previous project for reference. To add, I am not getting any younger, I am at my prime and still hadn’t get ahead of life.
However dark my current situation have become, I am still hopeful. Hopeful and determined to catch up (if i can) on the life I’m suppose to be living. Next school year will be the last year that I can dedicate myself to learn without distraction. I promise to cut myself out from unnecessary activities like playing games. These following precepts will hover over my head for the next years.
“Pay now play later, play now pay later.”
“If I don’t have to do it, I won’t. If I have to do it, I’ll make it quick.”
– Oreki Houtarou