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I'm a self-taught web software developer. I graduated from a BSc. on Biomedical Engineering, but I didn't like code at the time. My first interactions with software development where during college using C++, Java, and MatLab.
As you can imagine, I ended up hating software since those languages, combined with traditional school methodologies, proved harder to learn for me.
My journey started again when I worked with Python. It was much more intuitive and gratifying; I could do much more with way less effort.
I got a job at Intel before graduating from college, around 2015. I managed to get in thanks to a friend's referral and my engineering skills, not specifically for my coding skills. To my surprise, the team I joined used a lot of Python for automated testing.
This is where my learning sky-rocketed. I had to learn and understand many things in as little time as possible; I started to learn and work better.
Apart from what I was learning at Intel, my brother was teaching me web development with Groovy & Grails, the JVM version of Ruby on Rails. I liked it that much that I enrolled in Udacity's full-stack web development nanodegree.
From there on, I've been learning and practicing non-stop. It led me to my current job at Handy, as a full-stack software developer. More recently, as a tech-lead for my team.
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